First Bank Kansas was established in 1961. The bank was later bought by the Sutherland family in 1983. It operates in 9 locations and has its headquarter in Salina, Kansas.
First Bank Kansas provides 24/7 reliable and accessible online banking service. You are able to access and manage your account online at anytime, anywhere. If you have an account in the bank, follow the simple guide below to enroll, log in and even reset your forgotten password.
HOW TO LOG IN
Provided you are an online banking customer, follow the guide below to login:
Step 1 – Open this link https://firstbankkansasm.com to access the bank website.
Step 2 – Kindly enter your Login ID under eZBanking panel then click Login
Step 3 – Enter your Password then click Submit
The bank will automatically verify whether your login credentials are valid and direct you to your account page.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOG ID
If you accidentally forget your password, First Bank Kansas allows you to reset you it online. Follow the simple steps below.
Step 1 – Login using your Username and once prompted to enter your password click Forgot your password link
Step 2 – Enter your Username then click Submit
The bank online system verify whether your username is in the bank database and upon approval allow you to enter account details and reset your password.
HOW TO ENROLL
First Bank Kansas lets customers with checking or savings account to self-enroll in online banking platform. Follow the steps below to enroll:
Step 1 – In the homepage, please click Register Here link
Step 2 – Enter all the requested information in the eZBanking Enrollment Form, select state and account type and agree to the terms and conditions by signing below it then click Submit Enrollment
The bank will approve your details given that you have given them correctly and set your account right away. You will be emailed your login credentials after your account is set.
MANAGE FIRST BANK KANSAS ONLINE ACCOUNT
By enrolling to the First Bank Kansas online banking service you are allowed to:
- View your account balances
- Transfer funds between accounts
- Order Checks
- View images of your checks and deposits
- View your Bank statements online