CBC Bank Unveils Improved Online Banking


CBC Bank is Clarksville’s own homegrown bank! CBC or locally known as Clifford Banking Company has been serving the local community for over 140 years!

The origins of today’s CBC began in Clarksville Missouri as far back as 1850 with Mississippi River steamboat Captain Benjamin Patton Clifford as B.P. Clifford & Sons. The Clifford Banking Company was incorporated  in 1871 as Capt. Clifford retired from business. Read more about the history of CBC Bank….

A lot has changed since then, and last week the modern day CBC Bank unveiled their improved online Banking services. Online banking at CBC gives you immediate access to your account information:

  • Access one full year of account history
  • Print E-Statements & paid checks
  • Transfer money between accounts
  • Make loan payments
  • Pay all of your bills from one place
  • Check it out: http://www.cbcbank.net/

If you already have an existing online-enabled account at CBC Bank, there’s a simple 3-step setup to ensure the security of your accounts, then you get access to everything the new site has to offer.

If you don’t have a CBC Bank account or your existing account isn’t online enabled, contact CBC Bank (636) 528-2525, or visit a branch in Clarksville, Troy, Bowling Green, or St Peters Missouri.

CBC Bank is a locally owned, community bank providing friendly and exceptional personal service to individuals and businesses. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to accommodate the needs of our customers. We are committed to providing high-quality financial products that are tailored to meet your needs.


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