Use the checklist below to determine if you may be vulnerable to fraud. If you answer "yes" to any of the questions, consider investigating further:
- Do you question whether an online transaction may be fraudulent?
- Is someone trying to give you money you weren't expecting?
- Do you wonder if the currency you receive is real or counterfeit?
- Have you been asked to cash a check and wire funds back to the sender?
- Are you ever concerned about current fraud issues?
NSB provides educational resources to help you prevent identity theft, and tools that may help if you suspect you have been a victim of identity theft. Click here for tips and resources.
Authorized users with the Manage Users permissions can make changes to existing Business Online Banking users at any time, including deactivating or permanently deleting a user that is no longer needed. For step-by-step instructions, please click here.
The FDIC—short for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation—is an independent agency of the United States government. The FDIC protects depositors of insured banks located in the United States, including NSB, against the loss of their deposits if an insured bank fails. FDIC insurance covers depositors' accounts at each insured bank, dollar-for-dollar, including principal and any accrued interest through the date of the insured bank's closing, up to the insurance limit. Learn more at fdic.gov.
Yes. NSB business credit cards offer benefits such as low rates, cash back, and flexible rewards—thanks to our third-party provider Elan Financial Services. Click here to learn more or apply.
NSB Business Online Banking lets you set up multiple users with different responsibilities. New users can be created with their own unique login IDs and passwords. Each user is assigned user permissions that permit or prevent them from performing certain actions. For step-by-step instructions, please click here.
Collected Funds are cash deposits or checks that have been presented for payment and for which payment has been received. Contrast this to uncollected funds, which is a portion of a deposit balance that has not yet been collected by the depository bank.
Yes, we are committed to supporting local government and institutional entities by offering various financing options to cover operational costs, including tax anticipation notes, capital expense loans and lines of credit.
You can access your funds through online banking (if you are enrolled) or through ACH service (if you are enrolled).