Simple Switch Kit
Switching to First National Bank has never been simpler!
Interested in switching your accounts to First National Bank
and not sure how to get started?
We’ve developed the FNB Simple Switch Kit, a step-by-step guide to help make your transition to a new First National Bank account as simple as possible. Just follow the steps below to get started. If we can be of any assistance throughout this transition, please call on our friendly Account Service Representatives in New Accounts at 575.437.4880.
Thank you for choosing First National Bank, where you’re one of the family!
Come see an Account Service Representative at one of our 5 convenient locations and determine what account(s) best fit you. We know your time is valuable, complete the Customer Information Form before coming in to make the process as fast as possible.
Track your direct deposits, checks, debit card transactions, and automatic payments with ease. Also take advantage of our Free Online Bill Pay service.*
Be sure to allow time for all outstanding debit card transactions and checks to clear. For your security, destroy any unused checks, deposit slips, and Debit/ATM card. If you like, we can do that for you.
Make this step simple by using the Direct Deposit Request Form.
Direct Deposit Request Form (Printable Application)
The Automatic Payment Request Form makes easy work out of this step. Remember recurring payments you make by ACH, Debit Card, and Automatic Transfer.
Automatic Payment Request Form (Printable Application)
Transfer any existing Online Bill Pay at your former bank to your new free FNB Online Bill Pay*
Use the Online Bill Pay Form to help make the switch simple and pain free.
Online Bill Pay Form (Printable Application)
*Does not apply to the Simple Checking and e -Simple Checking products.
When you are sure that all outstanding items have cleared and your Direct Deposits and Automatic Payments have made the switch to your new FNB Checking account, it’s time to close your former checking account. Take or mail the completed Account Closing Request Form to your former bank or call them to make arrangements to close the account and forward any remaining funds to you.
Account Closing Request Form (Printable Application)