1st Security Bank will never contact you and ask for your password or account number or any personal information.
1st Security Bank branches and offices will be closed on Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
At 1st Security Bank, we take a personal approach to our work.
We live in the communities we serve, which is why our branches are uniquely tailored to — and involved with — our communities. We believe that relationships make the difference, and that’s what sets 1st Security apart.
Banking centered on you.
At 1st Security we take the challenges out of everyday banking with products and services designed around you. From mobile banking to lines of credit to our home lending experts, the 1st Security difference is clear: Service that is personal but never pushy, assistance that is knowledgeable but never “know-it-all,” and an attitude that is friendly but never phony.
Our iPhone™ or Android™ app, Mobile Web Banking, 1st Mobile Deposit and Text Message Banking are safe, secure and now available to help you bank on the go! Deposit checks. Transfer money. Pay bills. Our mobile apps will save you time and save a trip to the bank. Unless you’d like to stop in and visit us, which is totally fine too.
Running a business is hard work. Your banker should be part of making it easier, and the business bankers and commercial lenders at 1st Security Bank are here for only one reason: to help facilitate your success. Our comprehensive products and services will save you time, smooth out your cash flow, and reduce risk.
1st Security Bank understands the passion, the fear of the process and the anxiety involved in getting a home loan. As a buyer, you want your home to happen. As a borrower, you want a loan you can afford, a loan you understand, a loan with no surprises. So it’s not just about numbers with us. It’s all about finding the loan that meets your financial goals and fits your lifestyle.
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