Online Account Checklist
- Opening an account online is easy and will take less than 10 minutes. Here are some helpful tips that you should know before you get started.
- Have your driver's license handy and be sure to enter your name exactly as it is shown on your license.
- If you are new to Renasant, you will need to have a transactional account (i.e., checking account) with another bank in order to initially fund your new Renasant account. This means that you will need to have the routing number and account number available from the transactional account. You can find these numbers on the bottom of one of your checks.
- Online Banking is a free service provided by Renasant, so be sure to enroll in Online Banking and Bill Pay after you open your new account.
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