real-time mobile account alerts keep you in the know

To get mobile account alerts, enroll in online banking and download our mobile app.

Customize your alerts

Stay on top of your checking, savings, or money market accounts by setting custom alerts based on account balances, transaction activity, or login activity.

Choose alert preferences

Know what’s happening with your account immediately by choosing your preferred delivery method, including text, email, and in-app notifications of account activity.

Download the First Financial app

New to online banking? Enroll your account now.

Why set up mobile account alerts?

Increased security

Know about suspicious activity as it happens with user alerts for password changes or when your account is locked or disabled.

24/7 account monitoring

Receive notifications in real-time1 to your phone or email as soon as a deposit clears, your account drops below a set amount, or another monitored activity occurs.

Peace of mind

Mobile account alerts let you know if there’s a concern you need to address so you never miss out on necessary information.

Frequently asked questions

Text, email, and in-app notifications are sent in real time1 as soon as a monitored action takes place, such as suspicious login activity or your account balance drops below a specified amount.

Yes. First Financial Bank never charges for any alerts we send you.2

Need some tips on setting up mobile account alerts or want to learn more about our other online banking services?

Check out our resource library with FAQs, videos, and step-by-step instructions.

1 Subject to carrier availability and processing limitations.

2 Standard messaging and data rates may apply.


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