Yes, after you log in, click Options. At the Options screen, you will see the FirstNet ID field listed along with the Password and Email fields. Type in the FirstNet ID you wish to use. Remember to make it something easy for you to remember. If you do forget your FirstNet ID, you can always use the 12 digit Login ID originally assigned to you.
Contact Community First Bank at 608-943-0150 or if you have Password Self Reset, simply click on “Reset Password.”
You are required to change your Pin/Password every 180 days for security reasons. You can change it more frequently if you’d like.
The software and hardware requirements are listed in the Online Banking Agreement and Disclosure Statement. A secure browser incorporating secure socket layer (SSL) with 128-bit encryption is currently required to establish a connection to the login screen.
Stop into one of our locations to add any new accounts to your FirstNet Account.
For security reasons, after a few unsuccessful attempts to login, your FirstNet account will become locked. You will then need to contact Community First Bank to unlock the account or proceed with the Password Self Reset if you have this set up.
Setup must be done before you are ever locked out or forget your password.
The PIN Reset feature will only work if these Setup Steps are completed.
Resetting Your Password
It will on your checking and savings accounts, but not on loan accounts. You will have to go to the Current Transactions view to see it.
In the Account Listing screen, click on the drop down arrow next to the account you want to transfer from. Select Transfers. (Remember, the transfer relationships have to be set up before you can transfer any funds.) Then click on the drop down box next to Add Transfer From. Next select the account you want to transfer funds from. And finish by entering the amount you wish to transfer and which account you want to transfer to. Then click Submit. You will receive a confirmation number. Keep this number until you have verified that the transfer was made on your monthly statement.
Yes, you can. From the Home Banking drop down menu, click Download. There are a number of download types which can be used. We have listed the most common software next to each file extension. Select the format for your transactions by clicking on the dot next to the format you wish.
Once you open your FirstNet account, you won't be able to view previous statements until your regular statement has been created. You will then be able to view that statement on the Internet. After two months, you will be able to view two previous statements and after three months you will be able to view three previous statements. Eighteen months is the maximum number of previous statements that you will be able to view.
Click on the Contact button on the FirstNet Welcome page. You will then be able to send us a secure email message regarding the issue you are having. This is a secure email. A customer support representative will contact you as soon as possible.
Click on File and then Page Setup. Change the settings for the right and left margins to make them narrower. They are probably set at .75", so try changing them to .50". If you still don't see all of it when printed, keep reducing the size until the entire width of the statement will print.
The best way to switch from one FirstNet account to another is to use the Exit button found near the top of the screen. Do NOT use the Back button on your browser. After clicking Exit, you will be completely logged off and will then be able to login to another account, if you have two.
There is no cost to have and use FirstNet Banking for consumers.
You can stop in to any of the eight Community First Bank locations or click here to enroll