1st United Bank allows you take control of virtually all of your banking transactions. eBanking lets you manage your accounts and money at any time of day 24/7, from any location. It’s easy and secure too. The service is available to account holders who enroll. The following guide is meant to help account holders at 1st United Bank access online banking service.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOG ID?
Online banking users at 1st United Bank can reset their forgotten online banking password. To reset your password, please follow the steps outlined below:
Step 1- Login using your User Code and when requested to provide your online banking password, click Forgot your password? link
Step 2- Please enter your Access ID, Last 4 Digits of Tax ID Number and email address, then click Submit
After your account details are verified, your password will be sent to you Via E-mail.
HOW TO ENROLL
Account holders at 1st United Bank can enroll for the online banking service through the steps shown below:
Step 1- In the homepage, click ENROLL link to proceed
Step 2- Please fill in the requested information. Note: The password is your last four numbers of your Social Security Number, then Click Submit
The system will take you through the rest of the enrollment process after validating your account details.
MANAGE 1ST UNITED BANK ONLINE ACCOUNT
Online banking users at 1st United Bank can access the following services:
- Check account balances
- Review account history
- View check images
- Transfer funds
- Schedule automated transfers
- Pay bills
Holiday Schedule for 2017 & 2018
These are the federal holidays of which the Federal Reserve Bank is closed.
1st United Bank and other financial institutes are closed on the same holidays.
|New Year's Day||January 2||January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||January 16||January 15|
|Presidents Day||February 20||February 19|
|Memorial Day||May 29||May 28|
|Independence Day||July 4||July 4|
|Labor Day||September 4||September 3|
|Columbus Day||October 9||October 8|
|Veterans Day||November 11||November 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||November 23||November 22|
|Christmas Day||December 25||December 25|