Online Banking gives you the ability to manage your bank account over the internet using a computer or mobile device. There's no need to visit a bank branch for routine transactions and you can do all of your banking tasks when it's most convenient for you, including outside of normal banking hours.
Almost anything you may do at the bank, you can accomplish online. Pay bills, transfer funds, deposit checks, view current and past transactions, view your monthly bank statement, and use the Money Management™ tool to help manage all of your finances in one place.
In many respects, Online Banking is more secure. You can conduct your business in the safety of your home. You can eliminate having bank statements placed in the mail, where they could get into the wrong hands.
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Online Bill Pay
Using Bill Pay is easy. Set up one-time or recurring payments with Bill Pay. You can even pay other financial institutions using your First National Bank accounts. Once you're enrolled in Online Banking, you can pay bills using either Online Banking or the FBN Mobile app.
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Online Bank Statements
Online bank statements are electronic versions of your traditional paper statements, which are available to accountholders at no cost. They can eliminate the $4 per month paper statement fee that is assessed to certain types of checking accounts.
Whether you normally bank online, in branch, or mobile, being able to view your statements electronically is more convenient and better protects your personal information from ID theft.
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Mobile Check Deposit
Instead of depositing checks at the ATM, the bank's drive-through window or with a Relationship Banker inside the lobby, you can add them to your account from wherever you happen to be...at home, work, or even on vacation. Simply download First National Bank's mobile banking app to get started.
Mobile check deposit lets you deposit checks into your First National Bank account using the camera on your mobile device by capturing the front and back of the check. The types of checks you may be able to add to your account using mobile check deposit includes personal checks, business checks, cashier's checks, and government-issued checks. Not allowed are foreign checks, third-party checks, money orders or traveler's checks.
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First National Bank's Money Management™ tool (part of our online and mobile banking services), you can see how much money you have, where you’re spending it, and how close you are to reaching your financial dreams.
Set your financial goals, create your own budget, track spending, analyze trends, access all of your accounts in one place, understand and payoff your debt, determine your net work, manage your cash flow, and receive alerts.
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Purchase Rewards allows you to earn rewards using your First National Bank debit card to purchase merchandise and services. The program is available to all First National Bank customers who have a First National Bank debit card and are enrolled in Online Banking or Mobile Banking. On the Online Banking home page, you'll be presented with offers based on how you shop. The more you use your debit card, the more offers you can receive and more rewards you can earn.
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How do I reset my password?
Click the forgot password link to go through the security questions to reset your password. You can also use that link to recover your username. If you continue to have issues, please give us a call at 515-232-5561.
How do I recover my username?
Click the forgot password link which will open the password recovery page. From there, click on "I forgot my username" to recover your username.
Why do I have to receive a one-time passcode when I login?
Your web browser is not registered. The next time you login, you must click "Yes, register my private device." This will allow you to login without receiving a passcode.
I've already registered my device. Why am I being asked to receive a one-time passcode?
This can happen for various reasons. The most common reason is that the cookie used to remember your device has expired. Other reasons include:
- You've logged in with a different browser. (If you use the same computer, but a different browser, you will be asked to register again.)
- If you share your login with a spouse or partner, they may have logged in at a different location or with a different browser.
- Your computer may have automatically purged some files to free up space.
- Your privacy and/or security settings may not allow you to save your device.
How far back can I see my transactions?
Online banking provides 18 months of transaction history.