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What's New?

February NewsFebruary 2014 Issue
  • President's Perspective
  • Rio Bank Card@Once
  • Management Promotions
  • Book Signing Party
  • Statement of Condition

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First Time Login
To enter Rio Net, you must agree to the terms provided in the Online Access Agreement.

Also available: Mobile Banking

What is Mobile Banking?
Mobile Banking is the ultimate on-demand service. Now you can access your account information from any mobile phone with text messaging, mobile web access or through a downloadable App. Imagine the convenience of viewing your account balances from your mobile device. Or viewing recent transactions. How about transferring funds between accounts, anytime, anywhere?

Safe and Secure
Mobile Banking delivers the highest level of security, thanks to multiple layers of authentication. A personal password and phone activation code helps to ensure your information is fully protected.

Enroll now
Mobile Banking is available to anyone currently enrolled in our Online Banking service. Message and Data rates may apply. To enroll, log on to Online Banking, select Mobile Banking, read and accept the Terms and Conditions, and complete the enrollment form. A text message will be sent to your mobile device with instructions for logging on. It's that easy!


Browser Security Requirements

Rio Bank uses 128-bit strong encryption to secure your transactions over the Internet. You will need a 128-bit strong encryption web browser to access Internet Banking. To learn your browser's current encryption level, please do the following:

Microsoft Internet Explorer users: In Internet Explorer, click the "Help" menu and select "About Internet Explorer." Look at the "Cipher Strength." If the Cipher Strength is anything lower than 128-bit, you'll need to upgrade your browser before using Rio Net. Windows 2000 users will need to also update their operating system encryption. 

To obtain the latest version of your browser or to update your browser to support 128-bit encryption, visit your Internet Browser website.