Banking has changed considerably in the last few years. And while you're certainly free to come down and do your banking in person, and to make some transactions over the phone if you wish, Great Western ebanking is equipped to meet the needs of the ever-growing number of customers who want to bank online.
Great Western ebanking can be accessed online 24 hours a day from almost any Internet browser. When you bank online, you can transfer funds, view statements and check balances on all of your accounts including checking, savings, loans, and certificates of deposit. Do all of this, plus more, on your time from a single location.
Online Banking Features:
- Confirm deposits and withdrawals
- Initiate transfers
- Pay bills
- Make loan payments
- View and print check and statement copies
- Set up mobile alerts
- Assign shared access
- Send and request money from others with Popmoney®*
- Transfer funds between your accounts at Great Western Bank and other financial institutions*
*Some restrictions may apply. Refer to Terms and Conditions for complete details.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can no longer enroll in Great Western ebanking. Please enroll at FirstInterstateBank.com beginning Monday May 23rd
You’ll access Great Western ebanking online banking right here on our website. Sign in using the Account Access box located on the homepage.
The reason you may be experiencing this issue is your browser is not set to store cookies from our online banking website. Once you enter the security code, a cookie placed on your computer to allow the system to remember you. You must allow cookies with your settings on your computer to avoid this information from being deleted each time you close your browser.
Yes. Currently, check payments can be stopped online. To stop a check payment, select Stop Check Payments from the Additional Services dropdown menu within online banking. Please note: automatic payments cannot be stopped through online banking. To request other stop payments, please visit your local branch or call 1-800-952-2043.
Transfers can be made from a HSA account within online banking. If you need to transfer to the HSA account, please visit a branch location to complete this transaction.