We've increased our rates (and caps) on Kasasa Cash® and Kasasa Saver®!
Signing up is easy, simply click on the enroll link by clicking on the online banking button or by contacting one of our Customer Service Representatives. If you do not have a checking account with The Hardin County Bank, please visit one of our locations. If you already have your account credentials, simply access online banking via our homepage, then enter your information.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of your financial information. Our Online Banking service provides complete protection through a secure connection that requires both a User ID and Password before any information about your account can be accessed. We utilize the latest technology to ensure that our customers can do business safely and securely over the Internet. Any information you submit using our Online Banking service is encrypted using some of the strongest forms of encryption commercially available for use over the World Wide Web.
This site will require your browser to support 128-bit encryption. We require Internet Explorer 11 (or newer), Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, or Edge.
Consumer account holders receive protections from errors relative to electronic funds transfers under Regulation E; however, we want to make you aware that Regulation E does not cover Business accounts.
The Hardin County Bank will never contact a customer on an unsolicited basis and request the customer’s electronic banking credentials. Do not give these credentials to anyone. If you are contacted by someone who states they are calling from The Hardin County Bank, or you receive an e-mail you should not give them any information.
Please click on the link below to get information on how to perform a related risk assessment and controls evaluation periodically. You will be given a listing of alternative risk control mechanisms that customers may consider implementing to mitigate their own risk, or alternatively, a listing of available resources where such information can be found.
Learn more about Corporate Account Take Over from the FBI IC3 site.