To use the First National Bank login, please open the sign in page for an online banking service. You will see the login form requiring you entering your User ID.
Type your login into a field and click a "LOG IN" button. You will be prompted to enter a password from your First Bank of Omaha login. If you are forget a User ID or a password, please click upon a link below the form, called "Forgot D/Password" to retrieve.
How to Enroll to the First National Bank Omaha Online Banking
To use the First National Bank of Omaha Internet banking service, you must already be a client of the bank, i.e. have an account linked to a First National Bank Omaha credit card. Click on an "ENROLL" button, and select an account type ("Personal account") to continue.
On the next form, fill accurately all fields according to signatures and guides provided for each field, and then click "CONTINUE". The web service will verify your account, and then will send you a confirmation email to the address you provide. After the confirmation, your account will be active.
A Tip for Security
Always use strong and original passwords for protecting your online banking data! Do not use obvious, simple or too personal (and, as a result, highly predicted) combinations. A "leet-speak", a quote from a famous novel or a poem, a mix of letters of a name and digits of a birth data work good!
Remembering or Storing Your User ID and Password
To have your First National Bank Internet banking service always at hand, you can mark a checkbox signed as "Remember Me" just below the "LOG IN" button. This allows you stay logged in with online banking page.
It works great for your desktop Mac or PC, but can cause problems with laptops or mobile devices. These devices are prone to thievery, and you may accidentally lose or forget such a device somewhere. In this case, other people can get an access to your First National Bank of Omaha login!
How to Secure Your Login and Password?
If you forget User ID or password too frequently, you can store all your logins and passwords under the guide of just one master key, using some key-keeping programs, such as an Apple utility called "Keys", or as a dedicated program for PCs, Handy Password.