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Online Banking for Tablet Users

We have replaced our mobile banking app to a new browser-based tablet solution. Tablet users will now have access to all features and functionality available to online banking users. As new features and functions are realized in online banking, these will be immediately available to browser-based tablet users. This shift ultimately provides users a more cohesive, uniform digital banking experience.

Follow the instructions below to remove your FNB mobile banking app from your tablet and to add the FNB online banking URL as a bookmark. For additional help, contact our customer support center during business hours at 256.574.7305.


Removing the FNB Mobile Banking application from your tablet

iPad Users: 

  1. Locate the FNB mobile banking icon on your tablet.
  2. Hold down the FNB mobile banking icon until all of the icons on the screen vibrate and display an X in the top left corner. 
  3. Click on the X for the FNB mobile banking icon. 
  4. You will receive a Popup message to confirm your wish to delete.
  5. Select Delete.
  6. The application will be removed from your tablet.

Android Users: 

  1. Locate the FNB mobile banking icon on your tablet. 
  2. Hold down the icon until you get a popup screen.
  3. Select App info.
  4. On the App info screen, select the Uninstall function. 
  5. You will receive a Popup message to confirm your wish to uninstall.
  6. Select OK.
  7. The application will be removed from your tablet.

Adding the FNB Online Banking URL to your bookmarks or device home screen

iPad Users:

  1. Open the Safari (or other comparable) browser on your tablet. 
  2. In the address bar at the top of the page, type in accessfnb.com and select Go in the keyboard at the bottom of your screen. 
  3. To bookmark the site, select the Share icon to the right of the address bar.A close up of a sign

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  4. Select the Add Bookmark icon. 
  5. Click Save to add the online banking URL to your favorites.
  6. To save the URL to your home screen, select the Share icon to the right of the address bar.
  7. Tap Add to Home Screen
  8. You can now edit the name of the page.
  9. Tap Add to complete adding the icon to the home screen.

Android Users:

  1. Open the Chrome (or other comparable) browser on your tablet. 
  2. In the address bar at the top of the page, type in accessfnb.com and select the blue arrow key in the keyboard at the bottom of your screen.
  3. To bookmark the site, select the Hamburger menu icon (3 vertical dots) to the right of the address bar. 
  4. Select the Star icon at the top of the Popup menu and the URL will save to your bookmarks.
  5. To add the URL to your home screen, open the website you want to pin to your home screen.
  6. Tap the Hamburger menu icon (3 vertical dots) and tap Add to Home Screen.
  7. You will be able to enter a name for your shortcut, and then Chrome will add it to your screen.

Accessing the FNB Online Banking URL from your bookmarks

 iPad Users: 

  1. Open your browser.
  2. From the address bar at the top of the screen, select the Bookmark icon to the left. This will show a list of your Favorites. A picture containing room, shirt

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  3. Locate FNB’s URL in this list. 
  4. Select your FNB URL to go directly to FNB online banking site.

Android Users: 

  1. Open the browser. 
  2. From the address bar at the top of the screen, select the Hamburger menu (3 vertical dots) to the right.
  3. Click on Bookmarks.
  4. Locate FNB’s URL in your bookmarks tab. 
  5. Click on FNB’s URL to go directly to the FNB online banking site.

Fraud Alert: U.S. Secret Service Warning
Massive Fraud Against State Unemployment Insurance Programs

The United States Secret Service has received reporting of a well-organized Nigerian fraud ring exploiting the COVID-19 crisis to commit large-scale fraud against state unemployment insurance programs. The primary state targeted so far is Washington, while there is also evidence of attacks in North Carolina, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Florida. It is extremely likely every state is vulnerable to this scheme and will be targeted if they have not been already.

In the state of Washington, individuals residing out-of-state are receiving multiple ACH deposits from the State of Washington Unemployment Benefit Program, all in different individuals’ names with no connection to the account holder. A substantial amount of the fraudulent benefits submitted have used PII from first responders, government personnel and school employees. It is assumed the fraud ring behind this possess a substantial PII database to submit the volume of applications observed thus far.

This fraud network is believed to consist of hundreds, if not thousands, of mules with potential losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The banks targeted have been at all levels including local banks, credit unions, and large national banks.

Please communicate the information regarding this fraud to the appropriate office at your local state level and liaison with local financial institutions to identify mules and potential seizures. If you have reports of similar activity or do so in the future, please send to the following email router for coordination: gioc.specialops@usss.dhs.gov.

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