The First National Bank gives you the convenience of transferring money between your First National Bank account and accounts at other United States Financial Institutions. Transfers can be completed both in Online Banking and Mobile Banking.
Be enrolled in Online Banking. For more information on enrolling, click here. click here.
1. Once logged into Online Banking
2. Select transfers
3. Select External Transfer
4. Complete external account information and choose your verification method
Things to know before you begin:
- External Transfers can be made between, checking, savings and loan accounts. All external accounts must be in your or another signer’s name on your account at our Bank.
- Transfers have a standard delivery of funds within three (3) days
- There is no fee for standard delivery.
|External Transfer Limits
|Outbound Transfer limit
|$5,000.00 in transfers per Login ID per day and a maximum of $10,000.00 per month.
|Inbound Transfer limit
|$5,000.00 in transfers per Login ID per day and a maximum of $10,000.00 per month
Frequently Asked Questions
You can now use Online Banking and Mobile Banking to send money to and receive money from your accounts at other United States Financial Institutions.
Q: Is there a fee for External Transfers?
A: No, there is no fee for standard delivery.
Q: How do I sign up for External Transfers?
A: Logon to your Online or Mobile Banking Account:
- Select Transfers
- Select External Transfers.
Q: What types of accounts can be added?
A: You can add checking, savings, and loan accounts. All external accounts must be in your or another signer’s name. This cannot be used as a payroll or collections system for your small business.
Q: Are there any limits to how much money I can send or take?
A: Outbound transfers are limited to $5,000 in transfers per Login ID per day, and $10,000 per month. Inbound transfers are limited to $5,000 in transfers per Login ID per day and $10,000 per month.
Q: Wait, I thought I could already do this using Bill Pay?
A: Bill Pay gives you a way to send money to any person or business in America. It is not designed to send money to an account at another bank. When you instruct the Bill Pay company to send a check to a bank, it is sent without a deposit slip. The receiving bank may deposit the check but the Bill Pay company does not recommend this.
Q: How long will it take for the funds to arrive?
A: Standard delivery of funds will post within three (3) business days.
Q: What if I have more questions?
A: The Online Banking departments has answers. Don’t hesitate to call them for help at 215-579-3415, option 2.