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Switch Kit

Switch to FNB

Switching is easy

 

Step One.

Visit your nearest FNB branch and open a new account.

You can get the process started by filling out our new account form.

Step Two.

Make a list of all your direct deposits and direct payments from your old account.

Click here for a list to help get you started.

Step Three.

Fill out a Direct Deposit & Auto Pay Change form for each of the companies you listed in step two.

Click here for the Direct Deposit & Auto Pay Change form.

Step Four.

Close your old accounts once all payments have cleared.

Click here for a letter to send to your old financial institution to close your accounts.

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Notice:   Starting in April, First National Bank will begin issuing EMV (chip-enabled) debit cards.  The Bank anticipates all customers will receive a new EMV (chip-enabled) card over the next 12 month (March 2017).  Often times these cards will be sent substantially before the expiration date of the current cards.  The EMV (chip-enabled) cards can be identified by the rectangular shaped microchip in the upper left section of the card.  Once your EMV (chip-enabled) card is activated the old magnetic strip card will be deactivated.