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Supporting Consumers   Supporting Businesses   PPP Flexibility Act   PPP Loan Forgiveness Updates and Legal Liability Considerations with Return to Work – 08/05/20

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First Bank invited you to join us for our latest webinar on PPP Loan Forgiveness Updates and Legal Liability considerations with return to work.

Our Special Guests include:

  • Tim Fogerty, Managing Director – First Bank Commercial Banking, will share the latest PPP Loan Forgiveness updates.
  • Eric Hallgren, Director – First Bank Credit Underwriting, will review First Bank’s PPP Loan Forgiveness process.
  • Charles Jellinek, Partner – Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, will discuss legal liability concerns and considerations as employees return to work. 


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What First Bank is doing

  • First Bank Consumer Loan Relief Program
    • What is it?
      • Request for a one-time 120- day deferral of loan payments.
      • No late payment fees assessed during deferment period.
      • No adverse credit bureau reporting during deferment period.
      • Retain interest rate concessions for auto-debit loan payments during deferment period.
      • PLEASE NOTE: Borrowers with funding availability on their loan, who want to maintain their availability, are not eligible for deferment. If deferment is requested, the availability will be frozen for the deferment period. This provision also applies to Home Equity Lines of Credit.
      • For First Bank Mortgage Loans, please click HERE.
    • How to Request?
      • Access the Consumer Loan Relief Form by clicking Single Owner or Joint Owner.
      • Read the terms and conditions. 
      • Acknowledge the form with DocuSign.
      • Forms will auto-route to the Consumer Loan Relief team for review and approval.  
      • Once approved, you will receive the final DocuSign agreement as approval.  Please keep this form for your records.
  • First Bank Mortgage Forbearance Program
    • What is it?
      • A forbearance plan is an agreement that allows borrowers experiencing a temporary hardship to make no mortgage payment at all during the plan’s term.
      • Suspend your monthly mortgage payment obligation for at least 3 months.
      • Open the fillable PDF to read the details of the forbearance program, to request this program complete the information at the bottom of the form, save it and send to
  • Economic Impact Payments
    • What is it?
      • See if you are eligible for an Economic Impact Payment.
      • Check the status of a payment from the IRS.
      • Update your payment information.
      • Click here for the  IRS website page on Economic Impact Payments.
        If you are unable to access you EIP stimulus funds due to an overdrawn account or if you incurred non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees or overdraft fees accessing these funds, please call our Client Service Center at 800-760-2265.
  • Savings and Money Market Account Withdrawal Limitations
    • Effective Monday, April 27, 2020, First Bank has temporarily suspended transaction limits and associated fees for both consumer and business Savings and Money Market accounts.
Branches and ATMs

As always, the safety of our First Bank clients and employees is our highest priority. As such, due to the recent events surrounding COVID-19, First Bank has implemented added precautionary measures to help fight the spread of this disease and further protect our impacted communities. In light of recent events, we are implementing the following course of action:

  • Our branches and ATMs are cleaned daily as part of our normal course of business. We have increased those efforts by continuously disinfecting surfaces that are frequent points of contact, such as door handles, keyboards, PIN pads, ATM screens and many others, throughout the day.
  • Asking any employee with direct or indirect exposure to self-quarantine for the recommended period of time, while seeking medical attention from a qualified healthcare provider.
  • Educating our employees on COVID-19, encouraging self-monitoring for any associated symptoms, and asking employees to remain at home when ill.
  • Following the CDC's guidelines for prevention, including adhering to proper hygiene habits with the addition of maintaining additional cleaning and sanitation supplies at all locations.
  • Implementing our Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and alternative working scenarios should our communities be further impacted and the need arise. We are prepared to continue operations according to our business continuity planning (BCP) if necessary. Our BCP is very comprehensive and it is reviewed, updated and refined annually to ensure critical functions and services remain available to our clients.
  • Call our First Bank Service Center at 800-760-2265 on weekdays from 7 AM to 9 PM and on Saturdays from 9 AM to 5:30 PM (Central Time).

Stay Informed

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New information regarding the COVID-19 is being released daily. We encourage our employees and clients to refer to the following, trusted resources as new information becomes available:

Stay Connected

Do we have your most current contact information? It’s important to be prepared, especially during times like these, so please make sure we have your current email address and primary phone number. To update, simply go to the "Customer Service" tab and click on "Manage Contact Information" to make updates. You may also call the First Bank Service Center at 800-760-2265.


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For an overview tutorial on the steps to get started managing your money and accounts online, watch the comprehensive Consumer eBanking video. If you’re an existing eBanking system user, click one of the six tabs in the video so you may learn how to utilize all of our online banking services, including Bill Pay, Account Alerts, and People Pay!