Online & Mobile Banking

Online Banking & Bill Pay

If you are currently enrolled in online banking and bill pay with Bank of America, you will receive a separate mailing from FSCB with specific login and temporary PIN instructions the week of June 17. It’s a great way to have access to your accounts 24 hours a day. You will be able to balance your account, confirm cleared checks, monitor your electronic transactions (e.g.  debit card purchases, ATM withdrawals, automatic payments, etc.), make loan payments to FSCB loans, transfer money between FSCB deposit accounts, access MoneyTrack Online Financial Management and more.

If you are not currently enrolled in online banking and bill pay with Bank of America, but you would like to use this service, please visit fscb.com and click the “enroll” link on the homepage.  Please note: you may enroll on or after June 24.*

Online Bill Pay Worksheet

 

FirstNet for Business Customers

Business Customers who require access to online banking can view the FirstNet for Business User Guide for tips on how to use the system.

Mobile Banking

FSCB Mobile Banking allows customers to view account information, make transfers, pay bills to existing payees and more. FSCB Mobile Banking works with any mobile device that allows SSL traffic. To get started, login to FirstNet Internet Banking, click the PIN & User Options Tab and select Mobile Banking. iPhone® or Android® users may also download the free FSCB Mobile App and enroll from their smart phones. Mobile banking will be available on June 24.

Telephone Banking

FSCB’s First Access Telephone Banking is a toll-free telephone number  available 24 hours a day. Please note the number: (888) 443-FSCB (3722). You can call from anywhere in the United States to check your account balances, confirm that a check has cleared, transfer funds between FSCB accounts, and much more. All accounts will be automatically enrolled in telephone banking. The first time you use First Access, you will use your account number and the last four digits of your Social Security Number. For added safety, we suggest changing your First Access Telephone Banking PIN when using the system for the first time. First Access Telephone Banking will be available on June 25, 2013.