All of our communications are in English. We do not provide any language access services. A translation and description of commonly used debt collection terms are available in multiple languages on the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs' website at www.nyc.gov/dca.
You can access 1FBUSA Online Services from anywhere in the world using a computer with an Internet connection and a Web browser that supports 128-bit encryption. For the best user experience and security on this and many other websites, please upgrade your browser to the latest version.
You may access your 1st Financial Bank USA account(s) from the 1FBUSA Online Services home page. For your first visit, click the "Register " link to enroll. For subsequent visits, click Sign In, just enter your username and password, click Sign In, enter the 6-digit multifactor authentication code sent to your mobile phone and click the "Submit Code" button.
Cookies are short pieces of data that a web browser places on the computer you are using to help the website identify returning users to provide these users with customized pages. The 1FBUSA Online Service cookies are not used to collect or store your personal and private information.
Registering for 1FBUSA Online Services is easy! On the 1FBUSA Online Services home page, click the "Register " link and follow the instructions. You will be asked to enter your 1st Financial Bank USA account number, the Expiration Date of your 1st Financial Bank USA credit card, your social security number, your date of birth, and click Next. To complete the registration process, provide a username, password, and email address.
Registration is an important part of maintaining the security of your personal and account information on this site. The registration process will only take a couple of minutes. After you register, you will have immediate access to your account information.
To Sign In, go to the 1FBUSA Online Services home page, enter your username and password, click Sign In, enter the 6 digit multifactor authentication code sent to your mobile phone and click the "Submit Code" button.
If you forget your password, click the "Forgot Password?" link. You will be asked to provide the same information you provided during the registration process, plus your username. Upon submitting the correct information, you will be able to set up a new password.
If you do not remember your username, please contact Customer Service toll-free at 1-800-733-1732, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm CT and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CT excluding Federal holidays.
After logging into 1FBUSA Online Services, click the "Account Information" tab and the "Change Password" link. You will be asked to provide your username and current password to select a new password.
The passcode provides an additional level of security when you log in from a new device or a device that the system does not recognize.
If you clear your cookies or reinstall our mobile app, you will need a passcode the next time you log in. Also, if you use private browsing or "Incognito Mode", the system will not remember your device. In addition, if you request that the system remember your device, it will only be remembered in connection with the specific web browser that you used when you made the request. For instance, if you request that the system remember your device when you log in to our website using Microsoft Edge, the device will be remembered only in connection with your use of Microsoft Edge. If you want your device to be remembered in connection with another browser (e.g., Firefox or Chrome), you will need to request that it be remembered when you log in using that browser.
You can use chip-enabled cards at millions of places that accept Visa credit cards, at home and abroad. If a merchant hasn't switched to a new chip card reader, don't worry. Your card still has a magnetic stripe for use at traditional readers.
Every time you use your card at a chip-enabled terminal, the embedded chip generates a unique transaction code. This prevents stolen data from being fraudulently used.
No. There are no fees to use a chip-enabled card.
It's easy to make purchase with your chip-enabled card. Simply insert the chip end of your card into the terminal with the chip facing up. Leave your card in the terminal and follow the prompts on screen. Remove your card from the terminal when prompted, then sign for your purchase and take your receipt.
You can use Visa payWave in all the places displaying this "contactless" symbol on their terminal readers:
To authorize a payment, you must wave your card directly within 1-2 inches of a secure reader that accepts Visa payWave payments, and it must be correctly oriented to be processed. Only the secure readers at authorized merchants can process the information on the cards with Visa payWave.
Chip-enabled cards with payWave are protected against unauthorized use by Visa's Zero Liability Policy. You pay absolutely nothing for unauthorized purchases.
Autopay Payments is an easy way to have payments automatically made to your 1FBUSA credit card account each month on your payment due date. There is no need to look for stamps, remember every month to make a payment, or worry about how long it will take for your payment to arrive by mail. We do not charge any fee for using Autopay Payments.
To set up Autopay Payments, go to the Set Up Autopay link on the Card Details page. Enroll a checking account and follow the instructions.
Payments made using Autopay Payments will be credited to your account as of your payment due date each month. If your payment due date is a Saturday, Sunday or federal holiday, your Autopay Payment will be credited to your account as of the payment due date but in some cases may not post until the day following your payment due date. Your available credit will reflect the Autopay Payment as of the date it is credited to your account.
Your Autopay Payment for any billing cycle will be reduced by the amount of any payment that is credited to your account during that billing cycle.
You may cancel an Autopay Payment, request a change to the Payment Amount you have selected, or revoke your authorization for Autopay Payments by calling us at 1-800-733-1732 during our business hours at least one business day prior to your payment due date in order for the cancellation, change or revocation to be effective for that payment. You may also revoke your authorization for Autopay Payments by clicking on the pending Autopay Payment Amount on the Payments page and click” the – minus icon. A revocation made in this manner by 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) on Monday through Friday, Saturday if it is the last day of the month, or Sunday will be effective that day, and if made after 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) on any of those days, it will be effective the next day. A revocation made in this manner on Saturday other than if it is the last day of the month, regardless of the time of day it is made, will be effective the next day. You may also stop payment of an Autopay Payment by notifying your bank orally or in writing at least three business days prior to your payment due date.
We do not charge any fee to make payments using Autopay Payments.
Payments set up using Autopay Payments will be credited to your account on the new payment due date beginning with the first payment due date following the change.
Customer Service can provide you with information about your 1st Financial Bank USA account(s) and assistance using 1FBUSA Online Services.
There are two ways to contact Customer Service:
Customer Service representatives are available by telephone, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm CT and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CT excluding Federal holidays:
Call toll-free: 1-800-733-1732.
1st Financial Bank USA
Credit Card Service Center
P.O. Box 1200
North Sioux City, SD 57049
1st Financial Bank USA
Prepaid Card Service Center
P.O. Box 2000
North Sioux City, SD 57049
Several new features and services are under development and will be added to 1FBUSA Online Services in the coming months. Your feedback is very important. If you have a comment or suggestion for improving 1FBUSA Online Services, please let Customer Service know by sending a SecureMail message. We value your input.
As a result of changes to the Federal Family Education Loan Program that were mandated by the federal government, 1st Financial Bank USA and other private lenders are no longer able to provide Stafford Loans to students. Effective July 1, 2010, Stafford Loans may only be issued by the federal government through its Direct Loan Program.
For information about obtaining a new Stafford loan, contact the financial aid office at your college.
Generally, you must begin making payments six months after you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment. If your Stafford loan is unsubsidized, interest begins accruing from the date your loan is disbursed, although you are not required to begin paying that interest until six months after you graduate or are enrolled less than half-time. You may make periodic payments on the loan interest while you are in school, or defer payment of the interest until you begin repayment of the loan. If you decide not to pay the interest while you are in school, the interest is "capitalized". This means the interest is added to the principal.
You and our loan servicing agent, Great Lakes, will agree upon a repayment schedule before repayment begins. There are several repayment plans available to you. How much you pay each month and how long you take to repay your loan will vary depending on the plan you choose. Additional information about repayment options is available on the Federal Student Aid website.
If you are having difficulty making payments, contact Great Lakes immediately at 1-800-236-4300 or email@example.com. You may qualify for a deferment, forbearance, or other form of payment relief that allows you to temporarily reduce or suspend your required payments.
You can check your account online at mygreatlakes.org.
1FBUSA Online Services provides easy access to the following information about your credit card account: your current balance, available credit, credit limit, minimum payment due, minimum payment due date, total payment due, last statement balance, amount of your last payment, and date last payment received. Transactions posted since the date of your last statement are also available, including purchases, cash advances, merchandise returns and payments.
To get cash advances using your credit card at an ATM, you need a personal identification number (PIN). Call us at 1-800-733-1732 to select a PIN. You may also get cash advances by presenting your credit card to a bank displaying a Mastercard or Visa sign. Beginning November 4, 2020, you can obtain cash advances up to an aggregate amount of $1,010 in any calendar day beginning at 12:00 midnight (Central Time) and ending at 11:59:59 p.m. (Central Time) subject to applicable cash availability and the regulations of the ATM operator or the bank. Notwithstanding the foregoing, beginning November 4, 2020, the amount of any cash advance that you may obtain during a single transaction from an ATM cannot exceed $510.
There are two easy ways to transfer the balance from another credit card to your 1FBUSA account:
Your current balance is the amount charged to your credit card account as of the date and time indicated on your Home Screen. It reflects purchases, cash advances, payments, credits and any other transactions that have been posted to your account since your last statement date. In addition, your current balance includes accrued interest on new transactions for the current billing cycle. You may not be billed, or have to pay, for this accrued interest in accordance with the "Paying Interest" or "How to Avoid Paying Interest" section of your Credit Card Agreement.
If your cardholder agreement provides that your periodic finance charges are calculated under a daily compounding method, then your periodic finance charges are calculated by multiplying the applicable daily periodic rate by the average daily balance of purchases and average daily balance of cash advances, and then multiplying the products by the number of days in the billing cycle.
If your cardholder agreement provides that your periodic finance charges are calculated under a monthly compounding method, then your periodic finance charges are calculated by multiplying the applicable monthly periodic rate by the average daily balance of purchases and average daily balance of cash advances.
This information is provided on your printed monthly statement. The average daily balances are located in the box labeled "average daily balance used for computing finance charges"; the number of days in the billing cycle is located at the top of your statement in the box labeled "days in billing cycle"; and the finance charge is at the bottom of your statement in the box labeled "finance charge."
If your cardholder agreement provides that your periodic finance charges are calculated under a daily compounding method, then the average daily balance is calculated by dividing the sum of all daily balances for the billing period by the number of days in the billing period. The daily balance is calculated separately for purchases and cash advances and is determined each day during the billing cycle by adding the beginning balance of purchases or cash advances for that day - including any billed or unpaid finance charges - with any new purchases or other charges, and then subtracting any new payments or credits. At the end of each day, the daily balance is multiplied by the daily periodic rate, the result of which is added to the ending daily balance to get the next day's beginning balance.
If your cardholder agreement provides that your periodic finance charges are calculated under a monthly compounding method, then the average daily balance is calculated by dividing the sum of all daily balances for the billing period by the number of days in the billing period. The daily balance is calculated separately for purchases and cash advances and is determined each day during the billing cycle by adding the beginning balance of purchases or cash advances for that day - including any billed and unpaid finance charges - with any new purchases or cash advances and other charges, and then subtracting any payments or credits.
The monthly periodic rate is the annual percentage rate (APR) divided by 12.
The daily periodic rate is the annual percentage rate (APR) divided by 365.
When you return merchandise and are issued a credit, the merchant must transmit a credit statement to us within seven business days. We will apply the credit to your account within three business days of receiving the credit statement.
If you believe a charge is incorrect, first contact the merchant and try to resolve the dispute. If the merchant issues a credit, you should see the credit on your next statement. You may also check whether the credit has been issued by logging in to 1FBUSA Online Services and viewing your Account Transactions page or by calling our automated telephone system toll-free at 1-800-733-1732 and requesting information about your last 10 transactions. If the merchant refuses to issue a credit, or the credit does not appear on your next statement, you should summarize the dispute in writing and send it to:
1st Financial Bank USA, P.O. Box 1100, North Sioux City, SD 57049
To preserve your rights as stated in your cardholder agreement, written notice of a dispute must reach us within 60 days after we send you the first statement on which the disputed charge appears. Your written notice must be signed and should include: (1) your name and account number; (2) the date of the transaction in question; (3) the dollar amount of the suspected error; and (4) a description of the error and an explanation, if possible, of why you believe there is an error. If you need more information, describe the item you are unsure about.
Convenience checks are printed checks tied to your 1FBUSA credit card account. You may use them just like a personal check to make purchases, pay bills, etc. The check amount is charged to your credit card.
Yes. Log in to 1FBUSA Online Services and use SecureMail to request your convenience checks. Your checks will arrive by mail in 10-14 days.
Your card is good through the last day of the month it expires. We will send your new card during the third week of the month it will expire. For example, if your card expiration date is 3/16, your card is good through the last day of March 2016 and you will receive your new card about a week before the old one expires.
To update your billing address or telephone numbers, click the "Edit" link from the Card Details tab. Your account profile will be updated within one business day after we receive your updated information.
You can send a SecureMail message to request "Convenience Checks" if you need to make a Credit Card payment to Utility Companies or other merchants who will not accept Credit Card payments. You can also request Credit Limit increases or decreases. Or you can register for "eAutopay" services, so that you will always be able to make a payment to the Bank online whenever you need to do so, at no cost to you, (especially during months when you need to make a "last-minute" payment before your Due Date, in order to avoid going "delinquent" and paying a "Late Fee") and, of course, you can also ask your Customer Service Representatives to send you a Form that will allow you to enroll in the Bank's ACH Program, at no cost to you, if you prefer to make automatic "last-minute" payments, on ALL of your Due Dates, as outlined below.
Yes, you can make Autopay payments from your Checking Account to your Credit Card account, on all your Due Dates - at no cost - by simply enrolling in the Bank's "Autopay Program". You can choose to pay only the Minimum Payment Due each month, or always pay the Total Balance Due, each month, on your Due Date, to always keep your account "Paid In Full". Or, each month, just pay a specific amount that you know you can easily pay. To enroll in the Autopay Program, first add a check account on the Add New Payment Account page, and then click the Set Up Autopay link on the Card Details page. You can also request an Enrollment Form for the Bank's ACH Program, just contact us online, or call toll-free at 1-800-733-1732.
The amount and date of the last payment posted to your account are provided on the Card Details page of 1FBUSA Online Services.
With Make a One-Time Payment, you authorize a payment online. To make a One-Time Payment for the first time, click the Make Payment link from the Home Screen and enroll a Pay From account. After you have enrolled an account, complete the Make a One-One Payment page, by following the instructions on the screen. There are NO FEES for Make a One-Time payment online.
You can make payments by telephone when you call toll-free at 1-800-733-1732 and utilize the Bank's automated telephone system. There are NO FEES for using the automated telephone system 24/7.
To pay by mail, send a check or money order to the following address:
1st Financial Bank USA, Credit Card Service Center, P.O. Box 1200, North Sioux City, SD 57049
Write your account number on your payment and mail early enough to ensure that it arrives by the payment due date.
You do not need to enclose the payment stub when you mail your payment as long as you write your account number on the check or money order. This will ensure that your payment is credited to the correct account.
Make a One-Time Payment is the quick and easy way to pay your 1FBUSA credit card bill. No need to look for stamps or worry about how long it will take for your payment to arrive by mail. There is no fee for Make a One-Time payment online.
To make a One-Time Payment for the first time, you must ”Add a New Payment Account”, an account from which to make payments to your 1FBUSA credit card account. To add a New Payment Account, click Add New Account on the Make a One-Time Payment page or Payment Accounts page. Once you have enrolled an account, you can set up a single payment on the Make a One-Time Payment page.
You can view payments that you initiated using Make a One-Time Payment or with the assistance of a Customer Service representative or through our automated telephone service (which we refer to as Autopay) that were processed within the last 30 days or are outstanding on the Payments tab of the Card Details page.
We do not charge any fee to make a payment using Make a One-Time Payment.
You may cancel or change a payment initiated using Make a One-Time Payment that is pending by (1) contacting us at 1-800-733-1732 during our business hours at least one business day prior to the payment date for that payment; (2) contacting your bank to stop payment at least three business days prior the payment date for that payment; or (3) editing or canceling the payment on the Make a One-Time Payment page under Pending Payments by 11:59 p.m. (Central Time) at least one calendar day prior to the payment date for that payment.
There is no fee or charge assessed by 1st Financial Bank USA to use the Free Text Message service. Although standard carrier messaging charges do not apply to messages received as part of this service, you are responsible for any other applicable fees that may be assessed by your mobile service provider. If you receive a Free Text Message from us while you are out of the United States, you may be charged international roaming fees. You should refer to your agreement with your mobile service provider regarding this and other fees.
"FREE MSG" will be at the beginning of the text message.
The number of Free Text Messages from the Bank depends on your account activity.
You can stop receiving Free Text Messages from the Bank by replying "stop" or "stop all" to the last Free Text Message you received on your mobile phone number. This will stop any further text messages from being sent to that number.
A confirmation message will be sent to the mobile phone number from which you texted "stop" or "stop all" confirming our receipt of your "stop" or "stop all" message. Other than for the confirmation message, no further text messages will be sent to that mobile phone number.
For assistance, please contact Customer Service toll-free at 1-800-733-1732 during 1FBUSA's business hours or send us a SecureMail by clicking "Profile & Services" and selecting "Send SecureMail Message".
By texting "Help" or "help" to the six-digit U.S. short code 332898 (FFBTXT) or replying to the last Free Text Message you received from us with "HELP" or "help", a response will be sent to your mobile phone number with a phone number to call the Bank for assistance.
For assistance, you may also contact Customer Service toll-free at 1-800-733-1732 during 1FBUSA's business hours or send us a SecureMail by clicking "Profile & Services" and selecting "Send SecureMail Message".
When you provide us your mobile phone number at which to contact you about your account, we will send you a Free Welcome Text Message. We may also send you Free Text Messages containing the following information:
A text message uses SMS (Short Messaging Service). Your mobile phone must be able to receive text messages. Please contact your mobile service provider if you are unsure whether your mobile phone can receive text messages.
The Free Text Messages we send to your mobile phone number should be stored by your mobile service provider and you should receive them when you turn your mobile phone on. For more details, please contact your mobile service provider.
The short code used to send Free Text Messages is specific to the United States so you may not receive them when you are out of the country.
If you receive a Free Text Message while you are out of the country, you may be charged international roaming fees. Please contact your mobile service provider for more information.
The delivery of a Free Text Message cannot be guaranteed. Delivery delays may occur from time to time due to service interruptions and other unforeseen circumstances. So when in doubt, you can always check your account information online or by calling us toll-free at 1-800-733-1732.
The HELP and STOP commands do not require that you send any confidential information about you or your account. We never transmit your full credit card account number or other confidential information via text message.
As a security precaution, Free Text Messages will not be sent to a mobile phone number that has been disconnected or for which you have changed mobile service providers.
We currently support AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile®, MetroPCS® and Verizon Wireless with the Free Text Messaging service.
No. The Bank does not send promotional text messages.
No, text commands are not case sensitive. For example you can type "help" or "HELP" or you can type "STOP" or "sToP"
We will only send Free Text Messages to the mobile phone number that you have told us is the best number at which to reach you.
The 1FBUSA Free Text Message Terms and Conditions are located under the Profile & Services tab.
You can view billing statements that are up to 12 months old online. And, if you wish, you can always receive paper copies of your billing statements for the previous 12 months by contacting Customer Service toll-free at 1-800-733-1732, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm CT and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CT excluding Federal holidays.
By following these two easy steps, you can go paperless by: (1) clicking "Electronic Contact Consent"; (2) selecting "Paperless Delivery Settings".
It may take up to two billing cycles before the change takes effect.
You can request to receive statements, privacy notice and billing rights statement in the mail again, anytime you wish. Just click Electronic Contact Consent located in Legal Disclosures, and check the Unsubscribe from paperless statements and click Save Changes. It may take up to two billing cycles before you begin to receive billing statements in the mail. Even if you unsubscribe from paperless statements, you may continue to view your statements and other disclosures online.
You can make payments online by clicking "Make Payment" on the Home Screen or by calling our automated telephone service at 1-800-733-1732.
As we advised you in that letter, the Electronic Delivery Notice recently sent to you advising you that your current statement is available online was returned as undeliverable. As a result, you were automatically unenrolled from the Electronic Communications Service. If you would again like to receive billing statements and other disclosures in electronic form, you must reenroll in the Electronic Communications Service. Even if you do not reenroll, you may view your statements and other disclosures online.
Yes, you can print a paper copy for your files - and that is why you may no longer need to receive a paper billing statement in the mail.
You do not have to wait until your billing statement arrives in the mail in order to make a payment. You can make payments online or by calling our automated telephone service at 1-800-733-1732.
SecureMail enables registered users of 1FBUSA Online Services to communicate with Customer Service through a secure channel. It is the most convenient way to contact Customer Service about your credit card account. To access SecureMail, click the SecureMail notification on the Home page.
Click the "Support Center" link and click the "Send Us SecureMail Message" link. Then compose and submit your SecureMail message.
You will receive immediate confirmation online that your SecureMail message has been successfully sent to Customer Service. We will respond to your message via SecureMail within two business days after we receive it.
After logging in to 1FBUSA Online Services, there will be a notification on the Home page if you have any new messages. Click on the notification and the messages will display in the SecureMail Inbox.
1st Financial Bank USA is committed to maintaining the security of your personal and financial information. Because we cannot ensure this security with regular email, you may not use regular email to contact Customer Service. We developed SecureMail to enable cardholders to communicate securely with Customer Service. SecureMail requires you to log in to 1FBUSA Online Services. This enables us to verify your identity and helps to ensure that your information is not accessible to anyone else. Unlike regular email, SecureMail is always transmitted over a secure channel.
The 1FBUSA Mobile App can be downloaded and used at no cost on Apple® iPhone devices running iOS 12.0 or later and on Android™ mobile devices 4.2 (Lollipop) or later.
Please note that by clicking on the link, you are leaving our website and entering a third-party website over which we have no control.
You can do just about everything on the 1FBUSA Mobile App that you can do on the Bank’s website. You can access and view information about your credit card account, including current balance, available credit, credit limit, minimum payment due, payment due date, last statement balance, amount and date of your last payment, and transactions posted since the date of your last statement.
For other questions about your credit card account, please see the other FAQ’s.
There is no fee or charge assessed by 1st Financial Bank USA to access or use the Mobile App, although message and data rates may apply. Such charges may include those from your telecommunications service provider. You should refer to your agreement with your telecommunications carrier regarding such fees.
Yes, you can use the same user name and password.
For other questions about registration and login, please see the “Registration and Sign In” FAQs.
You do not need to register to login to the 1FBUSA Mobile App if you already have registered on the Bank’s website. If you have never registered on the Bank’s website, then you can register using the Mobile App. Your login credentials work on the Banks’s website and the 1FBUSA Mobile App.
For other questions about registration and login, please see the “Registration and Sign In” FAQs.
After you have downloaded the App, just tap on the 1FBUSA icon and enter the same user name, password you use to login to the Bank’s website and then the 6 digit security code sent to your mobile phone.
Please refer to the “How do I contact 1FBUSA Customer Service?” in the “Other Services” FAQ section.
You have to download it again. To download the app, please see the answer to the question “How do I get the 1FBUSA Mobile App?”
When you install or upgrade 1FBUSA Mobile on an Android device, you will be presented with a list of permissions from Google. 1FBUSA cannot customize these at this time. In order to use some features of 1FBUSA Mobile on devices with Android Operating Systems of 6.0 or newer we ask that you 'allow' and grant permissiosn to those presented to you.
You can still download and install or upgrade 1FBUSA Mobile but some of the features will not be available to use. Any time you would like to use a feature where permissions have not been granted yet, 1FBUSA Mobile will display information on the screen and prompts that will guide you through the permission process.
Permissions can be managed in your device Settings > Application Manager > Permissions. The acess path may vary depending on the Android version.
1FBUSA will not really make or manage phone calls. This permission is needed so the app can read your phone's status and identity, which we need so you can conduct your banking securely. This permission is also used for the Quick Look feature where you can see a summary of account information without logging in once you have turned the feature on.
1FBUSA Mobile needs this permission so it can check to see if you have enough storage space to download and save PDF's such as a statement.
If you receive an error message such as 'Insufficient storage available' or 'Not enough space' when trying to download and view a PDF, it may mean that the mobile device does not have enough storage at this time. You may have to delete cached files, move files to an internal SD card on the phone or delete unused Apps to free up space.
When you have a Prepaid Card you can load it using the Mobile Deposit Service. 1FBUSA Mobile needs access to the camera on your device so you can take a photo of the front and back of your check and submit the image for processing.
Push Notifications are “push” versions of existing online banking alerts for 1st Financial Bank USA customers who have an Apple® or AndroidTM device (phone or tablet), downloaded the 1st Financial Bank USA mobile app (1FBUSA Mobile), and signed up to receive such alerts.
Download and update the latest version of 1FBUSA Mobile. For Android users, push notifications are automatically enabled. For iOS users, navigate to the Push Notification Settings and slide to On to receive notifications. Push Notifications can also be enabled or disabled in your device settings.
For a list of available Push Notifications, log in to 1FBUSA Mobile and go to Push Notifications.
Log in to 1FBUSA Mobile, tap Push Notification and make sure the Push Notification Settings is on for the notification you want to receive.
Log in with Touch ID is an easy and secure alternative to logging in to 1FBUSA Mobile using your fingerprint instead of entering your username and password. Touch ID can be used with an iPhone5s or later, iPad (5th generation and later), iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, or iPad mini or later.
You can enable Log in with Touch ID when you log in to 1FBUSA Mobile using your username and password, or you when you are logged by choosing Accounts from the menu and then selecting Touch ID.
Your fingerprint is stored only on your device and is encrypted with a key that is specific to that device.
There are two ways to disable Log In with Touch ID. One way is through 1FBUSA Mobile by tapping Accounts and selecting Touch ID and then Off. You can also disable Log In with Touch ID through your device settings by deleting all registered fingerprints or the device passcode.
To add a fingerprint to your device, tap Settings, select Touch ID & Passcode, enter your passcode, tap Add a Fingerprint and hold your device as you normally would when touching the Home button, touch the Home button with your finger but don’t press, just hold it there until you feel a quick vibration, or until you’re asked to lift your finger.
If you have enabled Log In with Touch ID, you will be prompted to scan your fingerprint when you open 1FBUSA Mobile to log in.
When you enable Log In with Touch ID, any fingerprint stored on your device can be used to log in to 1FBUSA Mobile.
Touch ID is designed to be secure, but we don’t recommend using it if you share your phone or device passcode with others. Anyone who knows your device’s four-digit passcode can add a fingerprint to your device – and once added, that fingerprint can be used to access 1FBUSA Mobile, view your account information, and complete transactions.
No. The Bank does not store or have access to the information needed to recognize your fingerprint.
If a change to the fingerprint registry is detected on your device, fingerprint authentication will be disabled and you will need to re-enable it.
Log in with Face ID allows you to use your device’s Apple Face ID to log in to 1FBUSA Mobile using facial recognition instead of entering your username and password.
Select the Face ID icon on the Log In page or log in and select Face ID® from the Accounts menu.
The information needed to recognize your facial features is stored on your device. 1FBUSA Mobile uses your device’s functionality to recognize your facial features when you log in. 1FBUSA does not store your Face ID image.
You can disable the Log In with Face ID feature at any time. To disable the feature, go to Accounts > Face ID® and select Off.
Go to Settings on your device and select Face ID & Passcode. Enter your passcode and then select Set Up Face ID.
When you open 1FBUSA Mobile, you will be prompted to Log In with Face ID. If you don’t get the Face ID prompt, you can trigger it by clicking the Face ID icon on the Log In page.
We do not recommend using the Log In with Face ID feature if you share your device.
You can log in with your username and password at any time.
If a change to Face ID is detected on your device, Face ID will be disabled and you will need to re-enable it.
Any time your username or password is changed, Face ID will be disabled and you will need to re-enable it.
Log in with Facial Recognition allows you to use Face authentication to log in to 1FBUSA Mobile using facial recognition instead of entering your username and password.
Select the Facial Recognition icon on the Log In page or log in and follow the set up.
The information needed to recognize your facial features is stored on your device. 1FBUSA Mobile uses your device’s functionality to recognize your facial features when you log in. 1FBUSA does not store your Facial Recognition image.
You can disable the Log In with Facial Recognition feature at any time. To disable the feature, select Off for Facial Recognition on the log in page.
Select Facial Recognition on the log in page and follow the prompts.
When you open 1FBUSA Mobile, you will be prompted to Log In with Facial Recognition. If you don’t get the Facial Recognition prompt, you can trigger it by clicking the Facial Recognition icon on the Log In page.
We do not recommend using the Log In with Facial Recognition feature if you share your device.
You can log in with your username and password at any time.
If a change to Facial Recognition is detected on your device, Facial Recognition will be disabled and you will need to re-enable it.
Any time your username or password is changed, Facial Recognition will be disabled and you will need to re-enable it.