How to Log in to Bank of America and Other Things You Thought You Already Knew

How to Log in to Bank of America and Other Things You Thought You Already KnewYou might think that you know everything, and that’s fair enough. You’re a savvy LockerGnome reader, after all, and you’ve been around the block a few times. But for every level of expertise you’ve acquired over the years, there’s got to be some question you’re too afraid to ask because you worry about what people may think of you for not already knowing the answer. We all have these types of questions lurking in the backs of our heads that we secretly fear disclosing because we don’t want to appear ignorant among our peers. It’s a valid fear, too; just look at the popularity of shows (and their related games) like Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?, talk show segments where the host asks seemingly simple questions to everyday people on the street to receive some pretty far out — and hilarious — answers, and the usefulness of books like Everything You Pretend to Know And Are Afraid Someone Will Ask. Seeing evidence of the folly of others proves to us that nobody’s perfect and should make us feel good by way of relief — although it’s just as easy to adopt a smug feeling of superiority over people who don’t know answers to questions that seem so obvious to us. But what happens to be an intuitive process for you may be a mystery to someone else — don’t judge!

Here are a couple of Bank of America related questions that people seem to be searching for on the Internet lately, so we figured we’d post them for easy reference. If you’ve arrived here because you asked Google (or Bing, or your search engine of choice) “how to log in to bank of america online” or “how to log in to bank of america credit card,” we’d hate to turn you away without at least trying to help solve your problem. That’s what we do. Welcome to LockerGnome!

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How to Log in to Bank of America Online

Bank of America offers online banking as well as brick-and-mortar banking services. Once you have started banking online with Bank of America, here is how to log in to Bank of America online:

  • Type the following into the URL bar of your browser: bankofamerica.com.
  • In the top left corner of the Bank of America website, enter your Online ID and select the state from which you initially opened your bank account.
  • If prompted, confirm your identity by answering a question to which you provided the answer when you set up online banking.
  • On the next page, enter your Passcode to confirm that the SiteKey displayed is yours (the SiteKey and Passcode were also set up by you when you started banking online with Bank of America). Bank of America’s website says: “recognizing your SiteKey image helps you know that you are at a valid Bank of America site, and that it’s safe to enter your Passcode.” If you see a SiteKey that is not yours, you have entered the wrong online ID.

You will then be logged in to Bank of America online and be able to access your Bank of America online banking accounts.

How to Log in to Bank of America Credit Card

Bank of America offers online banking to help customers manage financial accounts provided by Bank of America, including credit cards. If you have a credit card from Bank of America, here is how to use your Bank of America online banking and log in to your Bank of America credit card:

  • Type the following into the URL bar of your browser: bankofamerica.com
  • In the top left corner of the Bank of America Web site, enter your Online ID and select the state from which you initially opened your credit card account.
  • If prompted, confirm your identity by answering a question to which you provided the answer when you set up online banking. This question may be something such as, “Who was your first employer?”
  • On the next page, enter your Passcode to confirm that the SiteKey displayed is yours. (the SiteKey and Passcode were also set up by you when you started banking online with Bank of America). Bank of America’s website says: “recognizing your SiteKey image helps you know that you are at a valid Bank of America site, and that it’s safe to enter your Passcode.” If you see a SiteKey that is not yours, you have entered the wrong online ID.

You will then be logged in to Bank of America online banking services and be able to access your Bank of America credit card.

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