How to Log In
Arvest Bank online banking login can be completed by going to their homepage. In the blue rectangle where’s written “LOG IN TO…” located in the top left of the page, select “Arvest Online Banking” between the options listed (see image below).
After selecting it, enter your personal ID.
You’ll be redirected to another page where you need to enter your password. Then you’ll be able to use all the online banking features offered by Arvest.
How to Enroll
Arvest does not give the option for applying online. You need to call or go to the nearest branch in order to receive temporary credentials to access online banking features. If you have interest contact Arvest costumer service at: 1(866) 952-9523
About Arvest Bank
Arvest Bank is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, with branches in Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. Beginning with Benton County’s first automatic teller machine (ATM) in 1976 and the launch of an Internet banking web site in 1998, Arvest Bank has been modernizing its services. Arvest Bank’s Chairman of the Board is Jim Walton, son of Sam Walton, founder of Walmart.
Since the home office and charter of McIlroy Bank & Trust in Fayetteville (founded in 1871), acquired by Arvest in 1986, have become Arvest’s own official home office and charter, Arvest has reasonable claim to being the oldest bank in Arkansas. However, since Arvest still asserts separate identities for its banking operations in each community (despite its consolidated charter), it only makes that claim in Fayetteville. Arvest itself traces its beginnings to an acquisition of The Bank of Bentonville, in Walton’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas, in 1961. Through its various acquisitions over the years, and as a result of buyouts of other Arkansas banks, Arvest has grown to its current position as the largest Arkansas-based bank in terms of market share.
Arvest operates in 16 locally managed markets, each with its own president, management team and board of directors, in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas. The majority of Arvest’s 230+ branches are open 12-hours a day during the week and many locations are open on Saturdays. Arvest bank is the largest bank in Arkansas and has the most banking locations in the state of Oklahoma.