Bank safely from your homeAs the situation with COVID-19 continues to develop, we must adjust our daily lives to combat the epidemic. The safety of our customers, employees and the Aruban community as whole is our priority.
We encourage our customers to bank safely, from the comfort of your homes.
Use Aruba Bank Online or the Aruba Bank App
You can pay your bills, make transfers, pay your Credit Card statement (or make additional Credit Card payments) and much more using Aruba Bank Online or our Aruba Bank App.
If you haven’t signed up for Aruba Bank Online yet, or downloaded the Aruba Bank App, you can do so online.
Get the Aruba Bank AppDownload the Aruba Bank App from the app stores. Learn more about the Aruba Bank App
Please note, the username for the App can be requested at our Contact Center 527-7777 during off hours, (emergency after office hours on WhatsApp 592-7777 for messaging only)
Aruba Bank OnlineHaving trouble accessing your Online Banking? Forgot your username? Contact us on 527 7777
Aruba Bank AppHaving trouble accessing the Mobile App? Forgot your username? Contact us on 527 7777
Did you know that you can also make international transfers using Aruba Bank Online?
View tutorial in English and Papiamento
How to approve transfers using the AppDid you know that you can use the Aruba Bank App to approve transfers?
Make use of our Smart Deposit Machines
If you must make cash deposits then make use of our Smart Deposit Machines
While we do regularly clean our ATM’s and Smart Deposit Machines, we urge you to take care to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after using the machines
Corona NewsWe will provide you with updates and information related to our services on our COVID-19 News and updates page. Please visit the Corona News page for latest updates.
Stay safe from fraudFraudsters are using the Coronavirus outbreak as a cover for scams. Be alert, Aruba Bank will never ask you to move money to a safe account, send you a link to update your personal or account details, or ask you to share your passcodes or PINs with us.
If you receive a phone call, text or email you think might be fake, then stop engaging and challenge what you’re told. Contact Aruba Bank right away if you think you have fallen for a scam.