First Home Bank’s Online Banking platform allows customers to keep track of all their account information from the comfort of their homes or offices. Online banking is reliable, convenient and free to any enrolled account holder. If you have a personal account in the bank and access to the internet, follow the simple guide below to enroll, log in and reset your forgotten password to access online banking service.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOGIN ID
Follow the steps below to reset your forgotten First Home Bank online banking password:
Step 1 – Login using your Access ID and when prompted to provide your password, click Forget Your Password? link
Step 2- Provide your Access ID, Last 4 Digits of Tax ID Number and Email Address, then click Submit
A new password will be emailed to your online banking email address if the details you have submitted are valid.
HOW TO ENROLL
First Home Bank customers can self-enroll for the bank’s online banking service through the steps outlined below:
Step 1 – In the homepage, click on the Online Banking tab to access the login panel, then press the Enroll link
Step 2- Fill in the requested details in the First Time User Authentication form, then click Submit
Once your details are submitted and approved, your account will be set up and you will be notified through a welcome email with your login credentials.
MANAGE FIRST HOME BANK ONLINE ACCOUNT
Online banking at First Home Bank allows customers to:
- Check your balances
- View check images
- Retrieve statements
- Pay bills and people online
Holiday Schedule for 2017 & 2018
These are the federal holidays of which the Federal Reserve Bank is closed.
First Home 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|