How To Find and Use Your People’s United Bank Login

Learn how to access your People's United Bank account.

People’s United Bank has been serving the American Northeast for over 175 years. The bank was originally founded in 1842 and today it’s a publicly traded company under the ticket PBCT. The regional chain now has over 400 retail locations throughout Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine — locations that employ some 5,500 people and hold nearly $60 billion in assets.

However, if you’re a customer of this banking institution but haven’t yet figured out how to log in to your account online, you’re missing out on a number of resources that could greatly help you manage your money and maintain your budgets. So, here’s a closer look at how to find and use your People’s United Bank to log in from anywhere.

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How To Log In to Your People’s United Bank Account From a Computer

It’s a simple process to use your desktop or laptop computer to log into People’s United Bank online.

  1. Go to the People’s United Bank homepage
  2. Click “Log In” in the top right of the page
  3. Enter your username and click “Log In”
  4. Continue following prompts to enter your password and complete your login

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How To Log In to Your People’s United Bank Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

It’s easy to download and use the People’s United Bank app on your smartphone or tablet.

  1. Download the app from either the App Store or Google Play
  2. Open the app on your device
  3. Enter your username and password as prompted

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How To Retrieve a Forgotten Username or Password

If you’ve lost or forgotten your username or password, it’s an easy enough process to retrieve them.

For a lost/forgotten username:

  1. Go to the People’s United Bank homepage
  2. Click “Log In” in the top right of the page
  3. In the drop-down menu, click “Can’t Log In?”
  4. Underneath “Unable to login to Online Banking,” click “Get Help”
  5. Underneath “Forgotten User ID,” click “Retrieve User ID”
  6. You will need your:
    1. Deposit or loan account number
    2. First and last name
    3. The last four digits of your Social Security number

For a lost/forgotten password:

  1. Go to the People’s United Bank homepage
  2. Click “Log In” in the top right of the page
  3. In the drop-down menu, click “Can’t Log In?”
  4. Underneath “Unable to login to Online Banking,” click “Get Help”
  5. Underneath “Locked out or forgotten password,” click “Log In”

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How To View Your People’s United Bank Statement Information

Banking online means having unprecedented access to your account statements. Log in to your People’s United Bank account to view current and past statements at any time. You can download them for your records, and even sign up to only receive paperless statements.

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How To Contact People’s United Bank If You Have Trouble With Your Account

If you’re having issues logging in — or have any other questions — you can reach out to People’s United Bank directly.

  • Domestic callers: 800-894-0300
    • 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET
    • Telephone banking available 24 hours a day
  • International Callers: 1-203-338-7901
    • 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET
    • Telephone banking available 24 hours a day
  • Issues with Online/Mobile Banking: 800-525-9248
    • 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET
  • Directory: 203-338-7171
  • You can contact the bank via email through its site
  • A live chat is available to answer questions during normal business hours
  • You can also go to any branch and get your questions answered in person

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

Online banking gives you the sort of access to your bank account that once would have been unthinkable. When you can simply log on to manage your money with your phone or computer, it takes much of the difficulty of banking out of the equation. With better access, you’ll have a better understanding of your finances that can lead to better, more efficient budgeting.

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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.