Online Banking

Enrollment for online banking
 

First State Bank's online banking platform puts you in control of your money as well as your time.  It provides the accurate, up to the minute information you need to assist in making financial decisions.  It even downloads the data directly to most of today's most popular financial management software applications, so you can plan and track your budgets without entering the data.
 

Because your time is important to you, First State Bank helps you accomplish your banking business whenever and wherever it's convenient for you:


  • Get up to the minute account and transaction information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Get images of checks and/or statements.
  • Maintain your checkbook balancing. 
  • Transfer funds between accounts. 
  • Make loan payments.
  •  Pay bills online - *Free of charge. 
  • Reorder checks. 

First State Bank's online banking platform is completely private and confidential.  Your unique ID and password are required before any information about your account can be obtained, and your complete account number never appears on your screen.  In addition, all data is automatically encrypted.  You can be confident your data is treated with the utmost security to ensure your financial privacy.
 

Register for online banking here


Self-Security

NEVER share your online banking password with anyone. Be sure to protect your password as you would any other confidential information. First State Bank employees will NEVER ask you for your password.
 

Online Banking Fraud Prevention
There are many ways people may try to defraud you or get your personal information to try to use your identity illegally. Many of these scams are online based. First Start Bank will never ask customers to send personal or financial information by email. If you receive an email that you suspect is fraudulent, regardless of the alleged sender, DO NOT RESPOND to the email. Contact us immediately. Suspicious e-mail can also be forwarded to spam@uce.gov and complaints should be filed with the State Attorney General’s Office or through the FTC.  Click here for more tips on protecting yourself. 




If you are having problems with your user code or password, 

please call 662-252-4211 or 1-800-206-6252.

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