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Mobile Wallet

A quick, easy way to use your First Bank debit or credit card on the go.

Tap and Pay

Need to pay for lunch or get gas but don’t have your wallet? When you add your First Bank debit or credit card to your mobile wallet, you can securely and conveniently pay for purchases everywhere Apple Pay®, Samsung Pay®, and Google Pay® are accepted.


Step 1

Add your First Bank credit and debit cards to your mobile device. Handy details for each mobile wallet app are listed below:

Step 2

To pay, use Touch ID or face recognition, and hold your phone near the mobile wallet reader at checkout.

Step 3

Quickly view recent transactions and card activity with the First Bank mobile banking app.


Use It Online

After you’ve added your First Bank debit or credit card, you can also use it through your mobile wallet account to pay for online purchases through certain vendors. At checkout, if available, you can select the appropriate mobile wallet option as payment.


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