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Choose online banking to manage your accounts. It's secure, easy to use and convenient. Contact Customer Service to ask about enabling online banking.
If you are enrolled in online banking, use the login area to the left to access your account. For tutorial support with online banking contact Customer Service at:
405-579-7000 or 1-800-522-1262
Make electronic payments to individuals with ease.
With only a valid email address for the payee you may initiate an electronic transfer from your account. The recipient will confirm the transaction and provide their account information in a safe and confidential transmission. It's private, secure and easy. Available to all qualifying First American Bank personal account holders. Fees may apply.
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Make deposits virtually anywhere and any time with ePIC Deposit!
Use your smart phone to capture a pic of the check you wish to deposit, submit the pic to your account and you're done. Deposits are fast and easy with ePIC Deposit. Available to qualifying First American Bank personal account holders. Fees may apply. Acrobat Reader is required to complete and submit your application by email. If you are using a different application, you may email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bank on the go with your smartphone.
Scan the codes below now with your smartphone to download the app you need. Or if you're using your smartphone to view this page, click the icon to be taken directly to the app store on your device.
Computer, Online, Smartphone, and Email Security Tips
View this document with some tips and suggestions to assist in keeping your online accounts and transactions secure.
Additional Information Protecting Your Computer
Video created for the FDIC about identity theft and online activities
Practice security tips from the federal government includes security tips, security games, and security videos:
OnGuardOnline - Stop. Think. Click. 7 Practices for Safer Computing
FDIC.gov Consumer News