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08.26.2010 / Looking for a change?

If you are looking for a new bank, the First National team wants you to know that we have a history of trusted service and stability that you can count on in the future. For more than 150 years, First National has been dedicated to providing customers with a reliable banking experience and excellent customer service.

If you want to open an account with First National Bank, it’s an easy, three step process:

  1. Open a New Account (either checking or savings).
  2. Get organized with our Switch Kit Checklist. You can use it to keep your finances in order while you make the switch. While you’re at it, make a list of the bills you pay online, and compare them with our most common Bill Pay merchants. Once you’re up and running, you’ll want to make sure that your bills are now paid from your First National account.
  3. Close your old account(s)!

If you want to speak with a personal banker about switching to First National, please stop by one of our branches or call 402-342-BANK (2265) or 877-WEB-FNBO. You can also check out the First National Switch Kit which contains all the information you need to get started opening an account with First National.


Have you made the switch? Share your story with us below!

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