Update Posted: 07/12/2022
Joni White joins First National Bank team in Fairland
Joni White, long-time banker and Fairland resident, has joined The First National Bank & Trust Company of Miami as a Vice President of lending and Fairland Branch Manager. Joni previously worked for FNB Miami 20 years ago. Since that time, she has been active in the Grove banking scene by serving in a wide variety of roles that include loan officer, branch manager, customer service and new accounts representative, and teller.
“Basically, Joni has been exposed to everything that happens in a bank”, says Tammy Bro, Senior Vice President at FNB. “We are extremely pleased that Joni has returned to FNB to complete her banking career”, Bro adds. In addition to her extensive banking experience, White has expanded her banking knowledge by attending the Oklahoma Bankers Association Consumer Lending School and has received training on analyzing personal and business tax returns also provided by the OBA. FNB Bank President Rob Kimbrough adds, “Joni will be a great asset for both our bank and the Fairland community. She is capable of managing a loan portfolio of all types – consumer, residential, and commercial. Joni is also supported by our agricultural specialist, Jared Lamb. Please take time to come into our Fairland bank to get acquainted or re-acquainted with Joni”.
Joni and her husband, Terry White, have two daughters, Cassandra and Amy, and four grandchildren.
Update Posted: 10/20/2021
We have EXCITING NEWS!
On October 24th, we will be upgrading the look and feel of Online Banking. What do the changes mean for you?
- New landing page called OVERVIEW
- Personalization options with widgets
- New features providing faster access to current information
A few things to know before the new experience launches…
- No new Access ID or Passcode will be required.
- Nothing for you to do – the new look, feel and features will appear for everyone.
- Upcoming communications will detail these changes and other exciting new features. Watch for more information in your Online Banking messages in the coming days.
The redesign will take place on Sunday, October 24th, from 12:01 AM to 4:00 AM. During this time, the Online Banking services will be unavailable.
If you have any questions, please contact:
New Accounts department at (918) 542-3371.
Update Posted: 5/27/2021
The First National Bank & Trust Company of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has Full & Part time positions available.
Employee Benefits can include:
- Holiday Pay
- Vacation Time
- Sick Leave
- 401(k) Retirement
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Group Life Insurance
- Short & Long Term Disability
To apply, you can pick up an application at each Branch Location:
- 2 N Main St – Miami
- 1749 N Main Street – Miami
- 32 W Conner – Fairland
For more information, please contact:
HR Department or Tammy Bro at 918-542-3371
Update Posted: 4/21/2021
Mobile App Upgrade!
We are excited to announce that we are currently upgrading our mobile banking application. The go live date is scheduled for mid-day May 4, 2021.
For iPhone users - Once the new app is made available in the App Store for download:
- When you login to the mobile app on May 4th you should receive a prompt to update the application to the newest version.
- If you do not receive this prompt, it will be necessary for you to remove and reinstall the new application from the App Store.
- Sign in with your access ID and passcode and re-enable the biometrics if you previously had the feature enabled.
- Accept the new Terms and Conditions in order to use the newest version of the Apple application.
For Android users: Once the new app is made available in the Google Play Store for download:
- You will be required to remove the old application and download the new version from the Google Play Store by clicking on the following link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apiture.xpressmobile.szfnbtmo.sub
- Sign in with your access ID and passcode and re-enable the biometrics if you previously had that feature enabled.
- Accept the new Terms and Conditions in order to use the newest version of the Android application.
In addition to upgrading our mobile application, we will also be updating the number used for text banking. As we prepare for this upgrade, please note that the text banking phone number will be changing to the following 1-202-335-7430.
If you have any questions please call (918) 542-3371 and ask for the New Accounts Department.
Update Posted: 9/21/2020
Update Posted: 4/10/2020
Covid-19 & FNB
FBI SEES RISE IN FRAUD SCHEMES RELATED TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC
Scammers are leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic to steal your money, your personal information, or both. Don’t let them. Protect yourself and do your research before clicking on links purporting to provide information on the virus; donating to a charity online or through social media; contributing to a crowdfunding campaign; purchasing products online; or giving up your personal information in order to receive money or other benefits. The FBI advises you to be on the lookout for the following:
Fake CDC Emails
Watch out for emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or other organizations claiming to offer information on the virus. Do not click links or open attachments you do not recognize. Fraudsters can use links in emails to deliver malware to your computer to steal personal information or to lock your computer and demand payment. Be wary of websites and apps claiming to track COVID-19 cases worldwide. Criminals are using malicious websites to infect and lock devices until payment is received.
Look out for phishing emails asking you to verify your personal information in order to receive an economic stimulus check from the government. While talk of economic stimulus checks has been in the news cycle, government agencies are not sending unsolicited emails seeking your private information in order to send you money. Phishing emails may also claim to be related to:
- Charitable contributions
- General financial relief
- Airline carrier refunds
- Fake cures and vaccines
- Fake testing kits
Counterfeit Treatments or Equipment
Be cautious of anyone selling products that claim to prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-19.
If you are looking for accurate and up-to-date information on COVID-19, the CDC has posted extensive guidance and information that is updated frequently. The best sources for authoritative information on COVID-19 are www.cdc.gov and www.coronavirus.gov.
The FBI is reminding everyone to always use good cyber hygiene and security measures. By remembering the following tips, you can protect yourself and help stop criminal activity:
- Do not open attachments or click links within emails from senders you don’t recognize.
- Do not provide your username, password, date of birth, social security number, financial data, or other personal information in response to an email or robocall.
- Always verify the web address of legitimate websites and manually type them into your browser.
- Check for misspellings or wrong domains within a line (for example, an address that should end in a “.gov” ends in “.com” instead).
If you believe you are the victim of an Internet scam or cyber crime, or if you want to report suspicious activity, please visit the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.