Online Solutions


Online Banking

Online Banking is used to check daily balances, transfer between internal accounts, make loan payments and advances, retrieve and/or print check images, view Estatements, make bill payments via Bill Pay, and to set up text message or Email alerts for specified account activity.

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For all future logins select the account type in the Online Banking box and enter the Username and Password that you previously set up.


Bill Pay can be used to pay any type of bill, including the option to pay a person. You can pay your bills from one convenient location, and you have the option to receive, view and pay eBills.

From within Online Banking, choose the Bill Payment link in the blue menu bar. For first time enrollment, read and accept the Terms of Service and read and accept the Privacy Policy. For first time usage, follow the “3 Easy Steps” guide that appears.

For future usage, continue as follows:

  1. Choose “Add a Company or Person” if not already built, and then follow instructions.
  2. Find who you would like to pay from your listed merchants.
  3. Enter the amount and “Deliver by” date; click “Send Money” at the bottom of the screen.
  4. When the “Review Payments” screen appears, click “Submit Payments” to confirm your submission.

Mobile Banking

The First Trust and Savings Bank (FirstTrustSav) Mobile App is available in the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Download it on your cell phone by searching: First Trust, Watseka, Clifton, First Trust and Savings and look for the #1 bank logo.

After you open the new app, click "Enroll Now" if you're a new user to Online Banking or use your existing Username and Password for Online Banking to log in. Transfer money between accounts, make bill payments, and more! Click on “More” to set up Instant Balances and Touch ID (for Apple users).

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Important: This mobile app utilizes your existing User ID and Password for Internet Banking. The mobile app is actually just a convenient access method into your Internet Banking account, and anything you do on one will affect the other.



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