There are a number of ways to check your balance. You may call our automated telephone banking service at 1-877-251-6222. If you prefer, you can also obtain your balance by logging into theAbington Bank’s Online Banking and view your accounts, transfer funds, or conduct bill payment transactions. These two systems are simple, and can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you would like to report an ATM Card or Debit MasterCard lost or stolen, please dial 781-878-0045 during normal business hours. To report your card after hours, please dial 1-800-417-8715.

Your “available balance” is the dollar amount of money in your account that is available to you. It includes all cash and electronic transactions, such as direct deposit, that have been deposited into your account today, but it does not include any pending credits. Your current balance shows the amount of money in your account before all pending transactions have cleared.

You can use Abington Bank’s ATM free of charge. In addition, Abington Bank is part of the nationwide SUM Network. That means, anywhere you see the SUM logo on an ATM the terminal surcharge will be waived.

You can use your Abington Bank ATM/Debit card outside of the United States. Withdrawal and transaction fees may apply. If you are planning on traveling, please call our main office at 781-878-0045 for more information.

Current rates on all Deposit accounts can be found on our website under the Current Rates section.

To make a stop payment on a check please contact us during regular business hour at 781-878-0045. 

Abington Bank requires primary ID which includes a valid driver’s license, valid State issued ID or a non-expired passport. A secondary ID such as a Social Security Card or credit card may also be requested by the Bank. 

It’s easy to transfer funds yourself by phone, merely call 1-877-251-6222 to use our Phone-Banking service. You can also transfer funds at ATMs or online, using Abington Bank’s Online Banking. Subject to limitations.

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