Experience the Convenience of Online Banking with Enhanced Features and Functionality

Experience the most user-friendly and convenient electronic banking available with FNB Online Banking. Bank securely whenever you want, wherever you are, as long as you have an Internet connection! Transfer funds, pay your bills, review past transactions, manage your credit, and much more!

Easily access up to two years of financial history and view digital copies of checks you've written. Additionally, view two years' worth of tax forms and electronic statements. Efficiently transfer funds between your First National Bank accounts, and make external transfers to other financial institutions. You can also use Zelle® to send money directly to anyone in the United States; the transfer typically completes within minutes.

Quickly pay virtually anyone in the U.S., including opting to receive e-bills and setting up automated payments to clear the clutter on your desk! Schedule one-time or recurring payments for added convenience, and avoid late payment fees with same-day or overnight check payments.

Log in to Online Banking, and easily access our Credit Center to review your credit score and understand the key factors that affect your score. Our Credit Center also includes personalized offers from FNB to help you save more and reduce your interest costs. Monitor your score daily, and receive alerts about any changes. Access your full credit report, and learn tips to improve your credit score.

Enjoy secure chat within Online Banking, allowing you to chat with our customer service agents without having to call them. With one click, you can chat about your account, a new debit card, dispute a transaction, or get technical support.

Manage your FNB Debit Cards with CardGuard™, stay on top of your budget with our budgeting tools, conveniently find nearby FNB branches and ATMs, reorder checks and place stop payments, and much more! Enroll now at Online Banking Enrollment.

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If you encounter any issues with Online Banking, please check the topics below for assistance. If your issue isn't listed, contact our Customer Service team via phone or chat during regular business hours:

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    Please note that if you receive a message saying "please upgrade your browser to continue using Online Banking," it indicates that you are using an older browser that's no longer supported. Refer to the minimum operating system and browser combinations outlined in the table below.

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    To access our platform, you must use one of the following supported web browsers depending on your operating system:

      For Windows 7 or higher, you can choose to use Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher, Firefox 35.0 or higher, or Google Chrome Version 40.0 or higher. Click on the respective links to download and install the browser of your choice.

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      If you're using Mac OS X 10.8 or higher, you can use Firefox 35.0 or higher or Safari 7.0 or higher. Access the download links by clicking on any of the browser names provided above.

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      Please note that beta versions of browsers and operating systems are not supported. Attempting to use unsupported browsers or operating systems is at your own risk. Stay safe and ensure you choose one of the supported web browsers for seamless access to our platform.

      If you're facing issues while connecting to our online banking portal, a notification displaying "You seem to be experiencing problems while connecting to online banking" might appear on your screen. Follow the instructions on the error page that correspond to the web browser you are using to resolve the issue. Or, if you want to resolve the issue yourself, you can download and refer to the PDFs mentioned below.

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              If you are using Internet Explorer's Compatibility Mode, which allows old websites to be viewable with newer versions of Internet Explorer, you might face some unintended consequences while accessing newer websites. If you encounter the error message "Please disable Compatibility Mode to continue using Online Banking," follow the steps given below to disable this feature:

                1. Within Internet Explorer, click on "Tools," then select "Compatibility View Settings" from the top menu.

                2. In the dialogue box that appears, check the entries listed under "Websites you've added to Compatibility View."

                3. If "fnb-onlinebankingcenter.com" is in the list, left-click on the URL to highlight it, and then click "Remove."

                4. Finally, click on "Close," and then log in to Online Banking as needed.

                For your convenience, First National Bank (FNB) provides links to third-party service providers. By clicking on the Notices & Disclosures link, you agree to leave FNB's website and be directed to a third-party site outside of FNB's control. FNB does not provide or take responsibility for the products, services, or overall content available on any third-party site. FNB neither endorses nor guarantees any third-party product, information or service. FNB’s privacy policy does not apply to the linked website, so we encourage you to read and evaluate the privacy and security policies of the site you are entering.

                Avail of our free-of-cost services for customers holding qualifying accounts, including Online Banking, Bill Pay, Mobile Banking, and Telephone Banking. Nevertheless, some of our optional services may come with a fee. Please note that usage of our Mobile Banking service may incur mobile data and carrier fees.

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