Debit Card Controls

We know you want more simple and intuitive control of your financial security. 1st Financial is happy to announce that you now have the power to lock and unlock your debit card with just a few clicks on your smartphone. So next time you are traveling, lost your debit card or think it might be compromised, you can turn your card on and off whenever you need to with easy to access, in-app controls. The feature is available to anyone who uses the FREE 1st Financial mobile banking app.

1st Financial Mobile Banking App image showing debit card in-app controlsSimple Instructions:

If you’d like to add this functionality, you first need the Mobile Banking app.

Once the app is installed on your smartphone and you are enrolled in mobile banking, please complete the following steps. Note: Current mobile banking app members will need to log out of the app and then log back into the app for the update to be available.

  1. Login to the app
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the dashboard and select “Organize Dashboard”
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the “Organize Dashboard” page and select “Add More”
  4. Scroll to “Manage Cards” and select “Add”
  5. Manage Cards should now be a feature on your Dashboard

To Manage your debit card you simply, activate or deactivate the card by touching the green button.

Manage your financial accounts on the go with the 1st Financial mobile banking app.Download the 1st Financial Mobile Banking App

The 1st Financial Mobile Banking app is a free mobile banking tool that gives you the ability to aggregate all of your financial accounts, including accounts from other financial institutions, into a single, up-to-the-minute view so you can stay organized on the go.

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