Online Banking

With the advent of mobile devices, banking as a whole is taking on a new face. Community First has joined the digital revolution and offers a wide variety of services that can all be accessed via web, tablet, and other mobile devices, 24 hours a day. So, set up your online account today by printing and returning the application to get started! Please read the following Online Banking Agreement for more information.


Below is a comprehensive list of all services Online Banking can provide.

  • Maintain Account Alerts
  • View account balances and transaction history including images of cleared checks
  • Establish transfers including loan payments
  • Pay bills electronically
  • Debit Card management
  • Submit deposits by taking a photo of a check
  • Download account information and monthly statements


Handling your finances online presents certain risks but here at Community First, we utilize the latest methods of protecting your accounts such as SSL (Secure Socket Layer) which ensures a secure connection. Any information traded between your account and our servers is also encrypted to add even more security to an already airtight system. In addition to these features, we observe the tried and true user-end securities including PINs and personal questions to create the most secure experience possible.

ID Theft

Identity theft has become one of the most common crimes in the US and new technology is being developed every day to combat the rising threat of account breaching. It can happen any number of ways but it always starts with an unauthorized access to your personal information. If you suspect that you have been the victim of ID Theft, visit, a one-stop resource to help you report and recover from identity theft.  If someone is using your personal information to open accounts, make purchases, or get a tax refund, take these steps as soon as possible:

  • Call the companies where you know fraud occurred.
  • Place a fraud alert on your credit report and get copies of your report.
  • Report it to the Federal Trade Commission at 877-438-4338. 
  • File a report with your local police department.

Online Banking