Online Banking

Access your Farm Bureau Bank deposit accounts anytime.
  • View your accounts
  • Access your eStatements
  • Pay your bills

 

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Features

  • View account balances and transaction history
  • Transfer funds between FBB accounts and/or external bank accounts
  • Access e-Statements
  • Set up account alerts via email or SMS text1
  • Contact the bank through secure messaging
  • Access online bill pay2

Fees

  • None3

Features

  • Bills are paid electronically whenever possible
  • Review payments and bills for the past 24 months
  • Get your bills delivered directly to Online Bill Pay with eBills5
  • Set up automatic payments for any bill
  • Export bill payment history6
  • Qualifying Deposit Accounts
  • Any checking account - including personal, business, and HSA checking
  • Any Money Market Account [MMA]7 - including personal, business, and HSA MMA

Fees

  • None3 (included with online banking and business online banking services)
Online Banking FAQs
  1. Click on the Login button on our website, then select Deposit Accounts from the drop-down list.
  2. Click on the New User link on the login window and follow the on-screen instructions to set up your account access.

You can access any of your Farm Bureau Bank accounts through our online banking services, including:

  • Deposit accounts
  • Installment loans
  • Credit cards
  1. Click on the Login button on our website, then select Deposit Accounts from the drop-down list.
  2. Click on the Forgot Password link on the login window and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your password.

Yes. To update your contact information online, click on the Login button on our website, then select Manage Preferences from the drop-down list.

  1. Login with your Last Name/Company Name and the last six (6) digits of your social security number [SSN] or Tax ID.
  2. Enter the information you wish to update.
  3. Once complete, click on Submit Change.
The change may take 24 to 48 hours to go into effect.
Depending on what kind of account you want to open with us, you can apply online, over the phone, or by filling out an application. CDs have a minimum opening amount of $1,000 and most other deposit accounts have a minimum opening amount of $100.
Yes! You can access your account from your smartphone or tablet using our app, FBBmobile. Download and launch the application from the Apple or Google Play app store.

To enroll in Bill Pay online, click on the Login button on our website, then select Online Banking from the drop-down list.

  1. Login to access your deposit accounts using your Username and Password.
  2. Hover over Transactions on the top menu.
  3. Select Bill Pay to enroll or access.
  4. To enroll, click or tap the account to enroll and click Enroll in Bill Pay.
    • On the Agreement Page, click or tap to Agree to enroll.
Online Bill Pay FAQs
  • Bill pay is a service offered by Farm Bureau Bank that lets you make online bill payments to virtually any company or person. Whenever possible, these payments are made electronically.
  • You must have an eligible personal or business checking or Money Market Account [MMA] to use online bill pay.

To enroll in Bill Pay online, click on the Login button on our website, then select Deposit Accounts from the drop-down list.

  1. Login to access your deposit accounts using your Username and Password.
  2. Hover over Transactions on the top menu.
  3. Select Bill Pay to enroll or access.
  4. To enroll, click or tap the account to enroll and click Enroll in Bill Pay.
    • On the Agreement Page, click or tap to Agree to enroll.
Disclosures:

1 Message and data rates may apply; contact wireless provider for complete pricing details.

2 Qualifying deposit account required.

3 See Deposit Fee Schedule for detailed fee information.

4 Online Bill Payment may be used to pay companies and people with addresses in the US or its territories only. It is not recommended to use this service to make state or federal tax payments or court-ordered payments.

5 An eBill is an electronic version of a bill or statement. To sign up for eBills, look for the eBills options on the Payment Center or when adding new companies to Online Bill Payment.

6 Payment activity can be downloaded to a comma-separated values [CSV] file and imported into a number of different personal financial software applications.

7 Federal law limits 6 withdrawals per statement cycle. For transactions exceeding federal requirements, excessive withdrawal fees may apply according to current fee schedule.