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Account Alerts

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First National Bank Account Alerts combines event management with immediate electronic notification, so that the moment a specified account event occurs, you can be notified by e-mail, text, push notification or an online message.

We understand that our customers are busy and may forget to call or log in, so let us alert you!

  • 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 when your Certificate of Deposit is getting close to maturity.

Choose Your Alerts

Choose from dozens of account activity alerts such as:

image of money  Account Balance
  Instantly know when your account balance falls below a certain threshold

image of wallet Checks
 Instantly know when a check has cleared your account

image of transaction Transactions
 Instantly know when a deposit or loan transaction hits your account

image of warning sign Security
 Instantly know if your online or mobile banking profile has changed

Delivered the Way You Want

Messages are sent instantly using any of the delivery channels you choose: 

image of checkmarkText Messages: One of the easiest ways to receive FNBC Account Alerts is through text messages on your smartphone* or wearable devices.*

image of check markMobile Banking App: Receive push notifications from your phone or device through your FNBC Mobile Banking App.

image of checkmarkEmail: Receive email messages about your account activity.

image of checkmarkOnline Banking Message Center: View your FNBC Account Alerts every time you log on to Online Banking.

Let's Get Started!

Stay in touch with your accounts:

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are there fees to use FNBC Account Alerts?
No. 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 Online Banking to use FNBC Account Alerts?
Yes, the online banking browser is where you sign-up.

What if my cell phone becomes lost or stolen?
Call the us immediately so that all online and mobile access can be turned off.


*Message and data rates apply

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