Making the switch to First National Bank is easy. Just follow the steps below!
Simply let one of our New Account Representatives help you open your new account(s). Please bring:
It can take up to 10 days for a check or transaction to clear, so remember to leave adequate funds in these accounts to protect you from overdraft fees.
Fill out the Direct Deposit Form and give to your employer. You will need to include a new deposit slip or voided check. FNB can help to move your Social Security deposit by faxing your form to the Social Security Office for you.
Fill out the Automatic Withdrawal Form provided to change all automatic withdrawals or automated payment services. Remember to include services that use your former debit card number. Examples: cable, loans, cell phone, insurance, water, electricity, etc.
Send in the Close Accounts Form to your former bank, who will then send a check to you for the remaining balance once all of your checks/transactions have cleared.