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Instant Balance

Want a quick peek at your balance without logging in? You can!

Our Instant Balance feature lets you view up to five accounts right from your app’s login screen.

To enable this feature, log in and go to the menu. You’ll see Instant Balance on the bottom of the login screen. Simply slide up and view. It’s like magic.

Mobile Deposit

Depositing checks no longer requires a trip to the bank.

To deposit your check on the go, simply open the app. Enter the amount, take a picture of your check, and tap to send. Voilá! 

Mobile Text

Text us, and we’ll text you back instantly.

By sending us a text at 48179, you can have your current account balance, account history, or the location of a branch or ATM sent directly to your phone.

Mobile Bill Pay

Conveniently pay all your bills — from the palm of your hand.

With Mobile Bill Pay, you can pay all your bills from the app, 24 hours a day.

If you have a First Mutual Bank checking account, you’re eligible to enroll. Mobile Bill Pay makes it easy to set up automatic payments for recurring bills or make a single payment any time you need to.

Learn the Basics of Online and Mobile Banking

New to online banking? We’ve got you covered! Download our Online Banking guide for clear, simple instructions on using this enhanced banking feature.

Logging in for the First Time? Watch This!

See how to log in to your online banking, step by step.

Sign Up for Online Banking

It’s free, convenient and secure. With state-of-the-art features and an easy-to-use dashboard, Online Banking lets you bank quickly — so you can get on with your life.

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