Upgraded Online Banking Login Steps
If you use FirstBank of Nebraska’s Mobile Banking app or the mobile browser, you will first need to log into Online Banking using an internet browser to reestablish your Online Banking credentials and authentication. After reestablishing your login, you will be able to access Mobile Banking as usual.
If you would like to preview the features of our new upgraded Online Banking system, watch this video.
In all lowercase letters, enter your current user ID. For example, if your user ID is John Doe55, it should be entered johndoe55.
For Personal Accounts – your existing password will no longer be valid. Instead you will need to type FB in combination with the last four digits of the online banking account owner’s social security number in the PASSWORD and CURRENT PASSWORD fields. For example, if the account owner’s social security number is 123-45-6789, the temporary password will be FB6789.
For Business Accounts: Unless you've been contacted by a FirstBank of Nebraska representative, you need to use the Personal login for your business account. Your existing password will no longer be valid. Instead you will need to type FB in combination with the last four digits of the business tax identification number in the PASSWORD and CURRENT PASSWORD fields. For example, if the business tax identification number is 12-3456789, the temporary password will be FB6789.
You will be asked to immediately change your CURRENT PASSWORD. The length of your new password MUST BE at least 10 characters and no more than 17 characters in length. Your password MUST have at least one upper case letter, one lower case letter, and one number. Your new password will be case sensitive.
Next, the system will prompt you to answer new security questions. Please keep track of your answers to these questions, and note that they are NOT case sensitive.
If you experience difficulty logging in or need assistance, please feel free to contact your local branch.
Branch Holiday Hours
Labor Day Monday, September 3, 2018 – Closed
Columbus Day Monday, October 8, 2018 – Closed
Safety Tips for Mobile Devices
Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and tablets – are always within reach everywhere you go, whether for work, travel or entertainment. These devices make it easy to connect to the world around you, but they can also pack a lot of info about you and your friends and family, like your contacts, photos, videos, location and health and financial data. It’s important to use your mobile device safely.
The first step is to STOP. THINK. CONNECT.
STOP: make sure security measures are in place. THINK: about the consequences of your actions and behaviors online. CONNECT: and enjoy your devices with more peace of mind.
Visit STOPTHINKCONNECT.ORG for more information.Created by the National Cyber Security Alliance
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