First Alert Messenger

 

First Messenger is a feature offered with your Personal Online Banking access. You can receive text messages or emails about your account activity. Would you like to know if your account falls below $100? Do you want to receive an alert every time you get a deposit, or when a check or debit card transaction clears your account? You can even get a notification that your loan payment has posted. We understand that our customers are busy and may forget to call or log in, so let us text or email you.

Available alert templates include real time low balance, current business day checking presentments, checking and savings deposit and withdrawal notices, loan payment due, past due loan payment, and CD interest payment and maturity notices. Choose your own dollar threshold for which you want to be notified.

To get started:

  • Log into First Bank online banking
  • Click on Alerts at the top right of the page
  • Click eAlerts, Setup New Alert, and choose the type of message you would like to receive
  • Choose the account number you want to receive the message for
  • To receive a First Alert to your cell phone, choose Send To Mobile. Type in your cell phone number and choose your carrier.

OR

To receive a First Alert to your email, choose Send To Email and type in your email address.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there fees to use First Alert Messenger? 

First Bank doesn’t charge any fees to use these services. However, you should contact your wireless service provider to see if any connectivity or usage rates may apply.

Do I have to be enrolled in First Bank Online Banking to use First Alert Messenger?

Yes, the online banking browser is where you sign up for First Alerts.

What if my cell phone becomes lost or stolen?

Call the Bank immediately so that all online and mobile access can be turned off.

As always, if you have any other questions, please call First Bank at 1-580-336-5562.

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