We’re here for you.
Like us, you are probably anxiously watching the news and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website for more information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and when it’s safe to get back to normal again. This is a difficult time for our Carolina communities and the country, but please know that First Bank is here to support you.
We are Open
All First Bank locations are open including our lobbies, but we’re maintaining social distancing and other safety protocols as recommended by the CDC and state governments.
Our teams continue to be diligent, and the safety of our customers and our associates remains paramount. First Bank is exceeding the recommendations from the CDC in regards to cleaning, sanitizing, and monitoring all commonly used surfaces in the branches, drive thrus, and at the ATM.
If you ever have any questions or want to confirm your balance and transactions, we encourage you to download our mobile app.
As always, you’re also welcome to contact our Customer Service team: 866-792-4357 or email@example.com. And for our business customers, Business Support is available for anything you may need: firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-435-7208.
We know at this time a number of our customers may be worried about their finances and tightening budgets. We are here to help you during this uncertain time. Please call you local personal or commercial banker to discuss the options that may be available to you.
There are a number of government programs that may also provide support:
– IRS: Economic Impact Stimulus Payments
– SBA Coronavirus and Small Business Guidance and Loans
– NC Unemployment Information
– SC Unemployment Information
– NC Chamber of Commerce
– SC Chamber of Commerce
– National Council of Nonprofits
Stay Safe Online
There have been multiple reports of emails, texts, and phone calls being initiated by bad actors using the coronavirus as for phishing/smishing attacks and scams.
Be sure not to give out personal information like your account number, online banking ID, SSN, or credit or debit card details in reply to any call, text, or email that you may receive.
Google has put together a handy site on how to evaluate or identify a potential SPAM or fraudulent message: ScamSpotter.org.
Additionally, please note that First Bank will not ask for a Secure Access Code for our online or mobile banking ever when helping you with a question or concern about your account.