All Online Banking customers have access to Mobile Banking App and Mobile Banking Deposit. Customers who want to install the Mobile Banking App must first sign up for e-Statements through their Online Banking account. If you are not already an Online Banking customer, ask for Online Banking access today, and then follow the e-Statements links. If you are already an Online Banking customer, but haven't signed up for e-Statements, follow the e-Statement links and then proceed to the next steps.
To install the Mobile Banking App, you must login to your internet Banking account using your mobile device. Once logged in, go to "User Settings" and click on "Mobile Banking App." Click the appropriate link for your device, either "Android App or iPhone/iPad App." You will be prompted to read and acknowledge both the "Device Banking User Agreement" and the "Mobile Deposit User Agreement." After you have read the terms and conditions, click "Submit." Use Google Play Store for Android devices or Apple App Store for iPhones/iPads, search for "1stbago mobile banking." The name of our app is "1stbago Mobile" and displays a picture of our bank logo. Follow the instructions on your device for downloading a new app. NOTE: the login information for the app is the same as your Online Banking account.
After you click "Submit", we receive notification of your request. If your Online Banking e-mail address is current, you will automatically receive a response letting you know that your enrollment was approved. If you want to use Mobile Banking Deposit, you must press the Mobile Deposit icon. We will receive notification of your request. We will then send you a separate e-mail defining your deposit limits with instructions for submitting imaged deposits and safeguarding your account.
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Attention SHAZAM Debit Cardholders:
Other Fraud Protection Services Available
First Financial Bank uses Falcon Fraud Manager (fraud prevention software) to help identify and reduce fraud risk by detecting potentially fraudulent PIN-based and signature-based debit transactions. It has a proven reputation of helping minimize payment card fraud losses. If any suspicious activity is detected on your account, a SHAZAM Fraud Specialist will call you, identifying themselves as a SHAZAM representative calling on behalf of our financial institution. If they are unable to reach you, they will leave a message with our contact information. SHAZAM will ask you to verify your address. Once your address has been verified, they will then ask you to confirm your purchase activity. SHAZAM will never pressure you to verify your address, and if you prefer not to, they will ask you to contact your financial institution immediately. They will also notify us via e-mail. SHAZAM will never ask for your personal information, such as the last four digits of your social security number,
SHAZAM BRELLA is an app that allows you to access balance information anytime, anywhere via your smartphone, tablet or the Internet. SHAZAM BRELLA is a FREE service that allows you to add another layer of protection against fraud. With SHAZAM BRELLA you immediately receive alerts to potentially fraudulent activity, including:
A debit purchase for more than an amount you specify
Any card-not-present debit transaction (telephone orders, internet orders, mail orders, etc.)
Any suspicious or high-risk transaction that occurs on your account
UNLAWFUL INTERNET GAMBLING NOTICE: Restricted transactions as defined in Federal Reserve Regulation GG are prohitibited from being processed through this account or relationship. Restricted transactions generally include, but are not limited to, those in which credit, electronic fund transfers, checks, or drafts are knowingly accepted by gambling businesses in connection with the participation by others in unlawful internet gambling.
In according with the requirements of the Unlawful Gambling
Enforcement Act of 2006 and Regulation CG, this notifi-
cation is to inform you that restricted transactions are prohibited
from being processed through your account or relationship with
our institution. Restricted transactions are transactions in
which a person accepts credit, funds, instruments or other
proceeds from another person in connection with unlawful