If you’re already using a banking account, there’s no need to log in again.
You can use your banking information for everything from checking accounts to your retirement accounts to buying real estate.
1st Financial, the company that provides the online banking platform, announced today that it’s changing the way that people can login to their accounts.
Instead of logging into the bank, you’ll see a message in your inbox asking if you want to be added to your account.
You’ll be prompted to create a new account with the company.
The new login process is designed to help people sign up for the platform and make sure they’re using it the right way.
First Financial said that the login process changes in response to customer feedback.
“We’ve been testing the new login and sign-up process with a variety of customers in the banking community,” the company said in a statement.
“While we have a large amount of feedback from our customers, we also want to provide a clear understanding of the issues and suggestions we have received, and provide the best possible experience for our customers.”
First Financial also said that if you’re currently logged in to your bank, the login prompt will automatically log you back into the banking system after you log in.
You won’t have to login again.
Users will have the option to sign in through a different login method, like a phone number or the login page.
If you already have a banking login, the changes won’t impact you.
While this login system will make your banking experience more secure, First Financial said it’s not designed to replace a bank account.
First Financial will provide a one-time, 30-day password reset for existing customers.
The company also said it will offer customers a $20 gift card for their first year of First Financial banking.
As of today, the new password reset is only available for customers with an account that has been opened at least six months.
Read more about banking from National Geographic magazine here: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/world/bank-account-security-how-you-protect-your-money/article/bank_account_security_how_you_protect_your_money