Security FAQs

Today more than ever, you need to know how to protect yourself against Internet and e-mail hazards like phishing, spyware, viruses, spam and more. The more you pay attention--and the more you know what to look out for--the better you can protect your identity, money, privacy and property.

If you suspect fraudulent activity related to your accounts, contact us at or 800.555.5455.


Equifax Security Breach - September 2017
Equifax, one of the largest credit bureaus in the U.S., recently experienced a security breach that has potentially impacted 143 million U.S. consumers. We understand that our customers are concerned. Please be aware that this is not a breach of FNB systems. Equifax has launched a website,, for individuals who may have been affected. We would encourage you to visit their site for additional information.

Text and Email Scams
Be aware of phony text and email messages to customers and non-customers appearing to come from First National Bank. These messages reference irregular/unauthorized account activity, or that your profile has been accessed from a different device. These messages also request that you review/update your profile and include a link to enter personal information. These texts and emails are not legitimate First National Bank communications. First National Bank will never request personal or confidential data such as account numbers or passwords via email or text. Recipients should not respond to these types of messages or click any links contained in them. 

Helpful Links

The following links provide up to date information on fraudulent scams, viruses, spyware, etc.

FBI-Identified Common Fraud Schemes

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