How to Log in to PNC
Headquarters: Pittsburgh, PA
CEO: William S. Demchak (Apr 23, 2013)
Customer service: 1 (888) 762-2265
Founded: April 10, 1845;
What is PNC?
PNC Financial Services, Group, inc. popularly known and referred to as just PNC is an American financial services provider. The company is worth over $366 billion in assets as of December, 2016. PNC offer a host of operation to its numerous customers. These services are financial services. Their operation includes a regional banking franchise that has operation in 19 states in the United States. The company has over 2600 branches spread throughout the United States. Additionally, they maintain over 900 ATMS. PNC has it base in Pittsburgh.
PNC services are provided for individuals, businesses, entities, and governments. According to the ranking which took into consideration the number of branches each bank has, PNC emerged as the 5th largest bank. They also ranked sixth in another ranking by the size of deposits and finally ninth largest bank by number of their assets. Additionally, this bank is the 3rd largest bank in terms of banks that has more off-premises ATMs.
The origin of PNC can be traced back April 10, 1845 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Although this bank was founded in 1845, it did not really become fully operational until almost 10 years later due to the long recovery from the Great Fire of Pittsburgh. The first offices of PNC were opened at Liberty Avenue and 12th street. In the year 1853, the bank named was changed to The Pittsburgh Trust Company and 10 years later changed its name once more to become First National Bank of Pittsburgh. It made history when it became the first bank in the United States to apply for a national charter. Fortunately for the company, they received their charter number 48 on August 5, 1863.
What is known today as PNC Financial Corporation came as a result of merging of Pittsburgh National Corporation and Provident National Corporation in 1982. Later, the company purchased over 10 smaller banks which helped the bank to achieve it status today.
PNC Online Services
PNC provides robust financial services online. This has been one of the secret of the company’s tremendous growth in the recent years. You can literally take advantage of their online services to conduct financial transactions seamlessly.
How to Enroll Into PNC Online Banking
If you want to take advantage of PNC online banking, you will need to enroll to start enjoy it. Fortunately, this process is easy and can be completed within few minutes as far as you have the required information to create your account.
When you open PNC online banking, you will enjoy
Access to your bank account online
Check your account balance
View online statement history
Check and deposit ticket images
Send money to friends
…. and more
Indeed, there is a lot you can do by enrolling into PNC online banking.
To enroll, follow the steps below:
Open your browser and type www.pnc.com
One the PNC homepage, take a look by your right, you will see a page with a tab that says “Enroll in Online Banking”. Click on this tab, it will take you to a fresh page where you will see all the advantages of using PNC. Scroll down and click on “Get Started”. Next, you will be taken to a page where you will input your details.
Enter your Social Security number, your PNC Visa card pin and your PNC account number.
Ensure that these details are correct; you will be able to create your account successfully if they are correct.
How to Log in to PNC Online Banking
Once you have created your PNC online banking account, logging in is very easy.
Open your favorite browser and type in www.pnc.com and wait for the page to load. You can log in using your computer, mobile phone or any other device with internet access.
You will see a box to enter your “User ID”. This is the only thing you need to log in. You will be asked to enter your password in the next stage; once completed you will gain access to your account.
Remember to check the box that says “Save User ID” if you are using personal computer. This will save you from constantly trying to remember your User ID anytime you want to use PNC Online banking. You should avoid this option if you are using a public computer.