How To Find and Use Your Huntington Bank Login

Learn how to access your Huntington Bank account online.

Huntington Bank has been in operation since 1866, serving an area of seven states with its 800 full-service branches, 1,400 ATMs and 12 private client group offices. Operating out of Columbus, Ohio, it serves customers in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. If you’ve come to rely on Huntington Bank but aren’t taking advantage of its online services, you could be getting even more out of your bank.

So, here’s a look at everything you need to know to log in to your Huntington Bank account online.

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How To Log In to Your Huntington Bank Account From a Computer

Logging in to your Huntington Bank account from your desktop computer or laptop is a simple, easy process.

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  1. Go to the Huntington Bank homepage
  2. Find the button labeled “Login”
    • If it’s dark green, click on it to open the login menu
    • It it’s white, the menu is already open and you can begin entering your information below
  3. Enter your username and password
  4. Click on the “Log In” button at the bottom of the menu

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How To Log In to Your Huntington Bank Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

If you prefer to use a tablet or smartphone to do your online banking, or if you need to manage your money while on the go, you should also have an easy time logging in with its mobile app.

  1. Find the Huntington Bank mobile app from either the App Store or Google Play
  2. Download the app to your device
  3. Open the app on your device
  4. Enter your username and password when prompted

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How To Retrieve a Forgotten Username or Password

If you have forgotten or lost your username and/or password, don’t worry — getting them back is not difficult.

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For a lost username:

  1. Go to the Huntington Bank homepage
  2. Find the button labeled “Login”
    • If it’s dark green, click on it to open the login menu
    • It it’s white, the menu is already open and you can begin entering your information below
  3. Click the link labeled “Forgot Username?” just to the right of the “Log In” button
  4. Enter your email address, and an email to help you retrieve your username will be sent to that address

For a lost password:

  1. Go to the Huntington Bank homepage
  2. Find the button labeled “Login”
    • If it’s dark green, click on it to open the login menu
    • It it’s white, the menu is already open and you can begin entering your information below
  3. Click the link labeled “Forgot Password?” just to the right of the “Log In” button
  4. When prompted, enter:
    • Your username
    • The last four digits of your Social Security number or Tax ID number
  5. You should be able to reset your password from here

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How To View Your Huntington Bank Statement Information

You can access up-to-date account information 24 hours a day, seven days a week with Huntington Bank. By simply logging in to your online account and clicking on the statements tab, you can find or enroll in up to two years of past statements available for your review.

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How To Contact Huntington Bank If You Have Trouble With Your Account

You can turn to Huntington Bank’s automated assistant at any time of day for help with most questions. However, if you prefer to speak with someone in person, there is a general customer service line available daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET at 800-480-2265. For those customers outside the United States, the same hours apply, but you’ll need to call 1-616-355-8828.

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

Online banking has become an essential tool for the modern consumer. The convenience of being able to bank from anywhere and on your own time — rejecting the tradition of “banker’s hours” — allows you to keep closer track of your finances and better manage your money. By keeping yourself informed and up to date, budgeting is made easier and your financial life will often fall into better order.

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Joel Anderson is a business and finance writer with over a decade of experience writing about the wide world of finance. Based in Los Angeles, he specializes in writing about the financial markets, stocks, macroeconomic concepts and focuses on helping make complex financial concepts digestible for the retail investor.

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