TexStar Bank’s Online Banking Services gives you access to your banking information any time of the day, and from anywhere. Best of all, online access is free for all personal banking customers.

  • Check your balances in your checking, savings, money market, certificate of deposit, and personal loan accounts.
  • See the transaction histories in your accounts.
  • Transaction history on checking, savings, and money market accounts are available online for 90 days. Complete loan and CD histories are online as long as the account is open.
  • View and print copies of your statements.
  • Transfer funds between your accounts; even make loan payments online.
  • Download transactions into your personal financial management software, such as Quicken© or Microsoft Money©.

Check out our online demo by clicking here to see how it works. Enrolling is easy and we are always here to help you. Just call 210-659-4000 if you need any help!


Attention Online Banking Customers!

We have seen an increase in online phishing and would like to better inform you about how to protect yourself and your accounts.

We do not require you to enter any personal information regarding your account in order to login to the Online Banking website. If you are asked for Credit Card information, or any personal information other than your User ID and password, do not continue the login process. It is likely you have been infected by a trojan or malware/spyware and need to take appropriate action to remove the threats before you login to Online Banking.

Verify you are on the correct website. One way scammers attempt to get your information is to redirect you to a different website that has been made to look identical to your usual Online Banking site. When you enter your User ID and Password, you are actually giving them your login information. Verify the URL in your browser matches the image below.

Make sure the url starts with https://www.pcsbanking.net

It is good practice to ensure you have a reputable Virus Scan on your machine with up-to-date signature files.

Keep your Windows based computer up to date. Microsoft releases updates for Windows typically on a weekly basis. A good portion of these updates are security related and fix vulnerabilities recently discovered. Be sure to apply your updates on a regular basis and reboot your machine afterwards if asked to help ensure you keep your personal information safe.