CHARTING THE COURSE®

BANKING FROM YOUR SMARTPHONE OR TABLET

Manage your funds from virtually anywhere and at any time with your iPhone or Android device with Lewis & Clark Bank's new Mobile Banking App. Check your balance while you are at the grocery store or purchasing supplies for your business. Pay bills from your phone or transfer funds from one account to another.
  1. Download the Lewis & Clark Mobile Banking App from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store (previously known as the Android Marketplace).
     
  2. Open the Lewis & Clark Mobile Banking App and sign in with your normal online banking login.
     
  3. Successfully pass the security authentication process (usually by a text message password).
Android app on Google Play

ONLINE BANKING

You've Been Upgraded!

Please follow this new link to our upgraded Online Banking experience: Lewis & Clark Bank Online Banking.

What Do I Need To Know About the System Upgrade?

Whether for business or personal needs, we feel it is important to provide you with the latest in online capabilities. To offer you improved functionality and ease of use, we recently upgraded our online banking system. All of your current services continue to be available, along with the added enhanced look and feel to make navigation easier. 

If you’re using a phone or tablet, be sure to upgrade to the latest version of the Lewis & Clark Bank app (see links below).

Don't hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions. 503.212.3200.

Make Sure To Update Your Mobile App

If you haven’t already, you will need to update your Mobile App for your smartphone and tablet to take advantage of the upgraded mobile experience. If you do not have automatic updates scheduled, please be sure to manually run the update in order to access the new version.  If you do not have the Mobile App currently, click on link below and download the new app today.



Make Sure Your Browser is Up-to-Date:

For security reasons, our upgraded online banking platform will not be accessible from out-of-date browsers.  Please make sure you have the latest version which is listed below.

Click on your browser version below to be taken to the website where you can upgrade to the latest browser version.

Windows Users:
Google Chrome: Latest Version - 45 
Mozilla Firefox: Latest Version - 40 
Microsoft Internet Explorer: Latest Version - 11
 
Mac Users:
Google Chrome: Latest Version - 45
Mozilla Firefox: Latest Version - 40
Safari: Latest Version - 8

Watch the iPay video

Another feature of our online banking system is iPay, a comprehensive yet easy-to-use bill payment tool that is accessible through online banking. We recommend you watch this tutorial video.

Read the Guide

Get up to speed on the functionality of our online banking system by reading our Online Banking Guide.

REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE

Make Deposits Without Making a Trip to the Bank

Lewis & Clark Bank's Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) is about to change the way you deposit your business checks. You no longer have to worry about getting to the bank by closing time to make your deposits. With RDC you can deposit all of your checks without leaving your office.

It's Like Having Lewis & Clark Bank In Your Office

As a Lewis & Clark Bank business customer, using Account Analysis, you can have your own RDC machine right at your office. Instead of bringing checks to the bank, just scan them and the image of the check is captured and transmitted safely and securely to Lewis & Clark Bank. 

If cash deposits are a concern, courier or armored service is still available.  Cash withdrawals can be made at ATMs around the world, and the fee for using another bank's ATM is refunded to your account the same day.

ONLINE SECURITY

Lewis & Clark Bank is committed to protecting the privacy and security of our customer's personal and banking information. We take this responsibility very seriously by making sure your account information is not shared with other customers or with any other companies.

Customer Awareness & Education

Internet security is a concern for consumers and businesses who are trying to protect themselves from unlawful access to their online banking accounts.  The internet has become a primary source for criminals to obtain identifying data, passwords, or banking information and use them to gain unauthorized access to financial accounts for identity theft or other illegal acts. There are several ways you can help protect your banking information, and it is important to educate and protect yourself when using systems connected to the internet.
  1. Keep your computer updated with anti-spyware and anti-virus software. Install security updates that your software provider offers.
  2. Make sure requests for personal, financial, or account information are legitimate, particularly if they are made in an urgent manner. (Lewis & Clark will never request your personal or account information via email) 
  3. Never share account ID number or Passwords with anyone, and do not automatically save these numbers on your computer or smart phone.
  4. Business online banking customers should perform a related risk assessment and controls evaluation periodically.


Report Phishing Email

To report a suspicious email that uses Lewis & Clark Bank's name, forward it to us immediately at clientservices@lewisandclarkbank.com.  


Report Suspicious Activity

Please call us at 503-212-3200 if you notice suspicious activity on your account or have customer information security related questions.
 

For Additional Resources and Useful Information, See the Following:


Stay Safe Online:

Learn how to protect yourself, your family and your devices with these tips and resources at www.StaySafeOnline.org.


Avoid Scams and Secure Your Computer

Resources for parents, small business, educators, techies and kids on avoiding scams, securing your computer, being smart online & protecting kids online at www.onguardonline.gov.


Protect Yourself - Stop, Think, Connect

Practice good online safety habits with tips and advice for connecting with care. Safety tips for your mobile device and keeping a clean machine at www.stopthinkconnect.org.


Identity Theft

Identity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission.  Find out what to do if you become a victim and how to prevent it at www.consumer.gov/idtheft and www.fdic.gov/consumers/theft.  


Consumer Protection for Seniors

Learn about rights for the elderly, detect and prevent fraud and more at www.usa.gov/Topics/Seniors/Consumer.shtml.