Secure eBanking


Secure eBanking


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Bank Anywhere

First Bank eBanking offers you the ability to bank anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device or home computer.

  • Secure standard 128-bit data encryption, timeout features, and Out of Band Authentication
  • Bill pay allows you to see and pay bills online
  • Send money to a friend’s cell phone, email, bank account, or PayPal account
  • View, print and save your online statements
  • View account transactions
  • Access up to 13 cycles of statement history
  • See detailed images of checks and deposit slip
  • Wide variety of Alerts to keep you connected to your finances like never before

Pay Options

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Bill Pay   People Pay   External Transfers  

Paying bills online makes your life simpler and frees up your time to focus on more important things. Just select the bill you want to pay, enter the amount and the delivery by date. 

Bill Pay Tutorial
Click here to receive a step by step tutorial of the Consumer eBanking Bill Pay system.

Can’t pay your share of the bill because you forgot your wallet? Settle up by making a personal payment - quickly and securely - directly through eBanking using our People Pay personal payments service.
It’s convenient and easy to make transfers between accounts you own at other U.S. financial institutions and your checking or savings accounts at First Bank. From the External Transfers tab within the Money Center, you can:


  • Manage all of your bills from one easy location
  • There is no need to log in and remember unique passwords from multiple business websites
  • Use one-time or recurring payments
  • Receive your bills in an electronic format
  • View Bill Pay history for each payee
  • Check any pending payments and set up reminders


  • Send money using a cell phone number, email address, bank account or PayPal account
  • Add multiple email addresses and mobile numbers for any contact
  • View and respond to all People Pay activity from a central dashboard

People Pay Instructions



  • Add your accounts at other U.S. financial institutions
  • Establish transfers between First Bank accounts that you own or accounts you own at other financial institutions


Additional Options

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Online Statements (eStatements)   Establishing Alerts   ebanking At-a-Glance  

Avoid waiting for your paper statement to arrive.  With Online Statements, you can look up your eligible account statements online.  Get Online Statements when you enroll through eBanking.
With our Alerts solution you can keep tabs on your accounts and receive notifications alerting you about general account activity. This way you can stay up-to-date on important information.  Alerts can be delivered to your email, mobile device or both.

First Bank eBanking offers you the ability to bank anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device or home computer.

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Access account information whenever you want with eBanking services.



  • Do something good for the environment and eliminate paper statements
  • Avoid the risk of paper statements being intercepted
  • Receive an alert when your statement is available
  • Accumulate up to 13 months of statement history to securely view, print, and save


  • Account Alerts - notifies you when your balance is about or below a designated level, when a specific check clears or a deposit is processed or be alerted to the status of a transfer. You can even be notified of your balance every day, if you like
  • Bill Pay Alerts - will let you know when payees have been established, when eBills have been received – or need to be paid – and when certain payments have been processed
  • People Pay Alerts - will tell you if your payment failed, if a payment is scheduled, or if a People Pay recipient has been added or their contact information has changed
  • Service Alerts - will notify you if the information in your account profile has been changed, when a new Online Statement is available, if an external transfer account has been added, or if a transfer has failed
  • Debit Card Alerts - will let you know if your card was used for purchases over a designated threshold, for out of state or international transactions, if a purchase has been declined, or if fraudulent activity is suspected. You can set up alerts for prepaid cards, too, so you can be notified when funds have been added