Huntington is a financial institution offering services such as savings and checking accounts, loans, and fund management. With offices in Huntington, West Virginia, Huntington actually originated from Columbus, Ohio (headquarters). Huntington is part of the S&P 500 with 11,000 employees and a huge customer base.
If you have a Huntington bank account and would like to also access it online, keep on reading, as this article discusses all of the login aspects of Huntington.
Opening a Huntington Bank Account
Before you open an online account with Huntington, make sure you have an account with them first and foremost. Go to the nearest Huntington branch to do so. You can find the branch nearest you by going to https://www.huntington.com/branchlocator?type=1,2&subtype=&latitude=39.9610692&longitude=-83.0008326 on your web browser. Make sure to bring with you an ID picture that has been government issued. Moreover, make sure you know your Social Security Number as well. Getting an account is pretty simple and it would probably take you an estimated 15 minutes to open an account.
Registering for an Online Huntington Bank Account
Now we presume you already have an account with Huntington. Hence, you can then start to register for an account with Huntington online. Just follow the steps below.
(1) Be ready with your account number for the process. Make sure you also have your tax identification number and social security number.
(2) Type https://selfservice.huntington.com/default/Enrollment on the web browser’s address bar.
(3) As soon as you are on the above webpage, you will see two (2) text boxes. For the first text box, put in your account number. For the second text box, type in your tax identification number or your social security number.
(4) Then follow the instructions from the website to finish the process of registering online.
(5) Next, pick an appropriate username and a strong password for your online account.
In terms of a strong password, you can research a bit online so you know how to draft your password. Some tips you can use are: (1) use a combination of alphabets, numbers, and special characters in your password; (2) do not use the same passwords for all of your accounts (if one of your accounts get hacked, all your account will get hacked); and (3) avoid divulging your password to other persons or suspicious websites. One important way to craft your password is to think of a password that best describes your home, for example, like: “I love my room because I get to fall asleep in front of a huge 44” flat screen television with surround sound!” If you get each letter of every word or character, you would come up with this strong (but memorable for you) password: “IlmrbIgtfaifoah4fstwss!” You can see it is a combination of alphabet, numbers, and special characters, as previously mentioned for strong passwords.
Logging into Your Online Huntington Account
As soon as you have online access to your account with Huntington online, you can easily log in to your account anytime. Follow the steps indicated below.
(1) Be ready with your username and password. You would need this to log into the site.
(2) Go to https://onlinebanking.huntington.com/rol/Auth/login.aspx by putting it on the address bar of your web browser.
(3) As soon as you are on the website above, type in your username on the first text box and your password on the second text box. After, click on the ‘Sign In” hyperlink. Note that if you put in any data incorrectly you would be asked to input the information again. Once successful, you would be able to get into your account immediately.
Resetting Your Online Huntington Password
If you happen to have forgotten your password, you can reset it by following the steps indicated on the https://selfservice.huntington.com/default/ForgotPassword link. You can also do this if you feel that your account has been compromised or hacked. Moreover, if you want an immediate response to your queries, you can call Huntington directly. Huntington’s customer service is one of the best in the business. So no matter what your question or your problem, for sure they would be at your service.