Visit the Federal Bank Corporate website
Click on the FedNet link on the top right corner of the page
- Click on Log on to Personal Banking button to open the Login page of FedNet. Type the User Id and Login Password given in the PIN mailer you have received (First and second items in the PIN mailer) in the fields provided. Login Passwords are case sensitive.
- System will prompt you to change the Login Password. Enter the Login Password given in the PIN mailer in the first field. Then enter the new password that you have just coined. For confirming the new password you have to type it once again. After successfully completing the 'Change Password' process, you can view your accounts.
- The first screen you see is the Alerts Screen. This screen will have information like the last login time (this is a security feature), the date when your passwords are due for expiry (you need to change your passwords every 180 days), payments that you have scheduled but not yet made, messages from the Relationship Manager etc.
- A menu bar will appear as soon as you log in to FedNet at the top and on the left side of the screen. When you select each menu item on the top, the page will change accordingly and the left side menu will give you the various options available.
- Once you are able to view your accounts you can move on to the next level and enable your transaction facility.
To know more about enabling transaction facility, please click here.
You can also view an online demo that will let you know more about using FedNet.
How to enable transaction facility in FedNet
If you are a first time user of FedNet, initially you will be provided with the "Account View" Facility only
In order to perform financial transactions online, you need to enable the transaction facility.
You can enable the transaction facility either through FedNet itself via online using "Soft Activation" method or as offline by sending the duly signed acknowledgement portion of the PIN mailer back.
Two factor authentication (2FA)
In order to perform transactions, you are also required to activate Two Factor Authentication (2FA).
Two factor authentication can be in any of the following modes:
1. Hard token based authentication
2. Mobile based authentication
3. SMS based authentication (SMS OTP)