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North Shore Bank implements many security measures within our Online Banking system.

Secure Server Encryption

Your Online Banking user ID and password are encrypted at the moment the "Log In" button is pressed. Once you are in the Online Banking section of our Web site, you will notice a small padlock icon in the lower right hand status bar of your Internet browser. This indicates that the section that you are viewing is secure. To ensure that the connection that you are viewing is secure, it is good practice to click on the padlock icon, and verify that the URL on the certificate matches the URL of the site/page you are viewing.

Encryption is the process of transforming data into a form called cyphertext, which is unreadable to anyone except those who possess the decryption key. Encryption uses a mathematical formula to decrypt data. Because 256-bit encryption is used, there are trillions of possible combinations, making it impossible to duplicate the key. A certain key (a unique number) can only decrypt messages.

Account Number "Masking"

To make sure your personal information stays personal, your account numbers are masked in Online Banking. This feature only displays the last 4 digits of any account number you may be viewing. This is helpful if you check your account balances in public areas, such as an Internet cafe or a library.

To allow you to remember what specific account you are looking at, we have provided the ability to "nickname" your accounts. This can be accessed by, first logging into your account and then selecting the "Change Nicknames" item from the "Options" button at the upper right side of your screen.
Frequently Asked Questions

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With our 45 office locations we serve the following Wisconsin counties:

  • Brown
  • Calumet
  • Door
  • Kenosha
  • Kewaunee
  • Milwaukee
  • Oconto
  • Outagamie
  • Ozaukee
  • Racine
  • Washington
  • Waukesha
  • Winnebago


In Illinois, we serve McHenry County.


To locate a branch office with a video teller, please select Video Tellers from the Branch Locations page.

Corporate Office (Other locations):

North Shore Bank
15700 West Bluemound Road
Brookfield, WI 53005

800-236-4672 (8:30 to 5:00, CST, M-F)


We will periodically send out surveys requests to learn how we can improve our products and services. The following email addresses are used to distribute these surveys:

  • northshorebankcontact@northshorebank.com
  • northshorebank@surveyinforma.com
  • northshorebank@qemailserver.com
 

If you receive an email communication claiming to be from North Shore Bank asking for personal or financial information, but doesn’t use these addresses, don’t click any links and delete the message.

NEVER give out your PIN (personal identification number) number or one-time passcode. North Shore Bank representatives will never ask you for a PIN number or ask you to verify personal financial information in an e-mail message.

If you suspect that you may have received a phishing-scam message from someone claiming to be North Shore Bank, please call 877-672-2265 to inform us or request verification of the message.


Contact North Shore Bank's Customer Support Team by email or by phone (877-672-2265 - 8:00 am until 7:00 pm CST, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am until 3:00 pm CST, Saturdays, & 10:00 am until 1:00pm CST, Sundays). 


Yes, North Shore is a guarantor and a member of STAMP (Securities Transfer Agents Medallion Program). Please contact your local branch for more information. 


Yes, you can schedule an appointment at any of our offices or with any of our Mortgage Loan Officers through our online form.


North Shore Bank’s routing/ABA number is 275071356. ABA numbers are also called Routing numbers.


North Shore Bank does not have a SWIFT code. We have a routing/ABA number, which is 275071356. All international wires must come via a United States bank.

If you are receiving funds from a foreign bank, the initiating bank should follow their process to send the funds to their US-based correspondent bank, for further routing to North Shore Bank, listing your name and account number as the final beneficiary.


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