1st Bank Yuma is a FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) insured Arizona State-chartered bank.The bank was founded by Yuma bankers along with a team of business people in 2001 with the hopes of providing excellent financial services to the residents of Yuma.
The bank is proud of their over 200 years’ experience in customer service. The bank strives to be your first banking choice by providing their customers with a wide range of services like personal loan programs and deposit accounts.
In trying to develop a cordial relationship with their customers and trying to ensure easy transaction, it also runs an amazing online banking service. In this article, I will work you through the process of setting up your account, Logging in and Resetting your Password.
It is important to note that this service is purely for those that have a bank account with 1st Yuma Bank. To sign up, here are the things you need to do:
Step 1 Go to www.1stbankyuma.com and click on the new account tab.
Step 2 Download the account application form and fill in the required information.
Step 3 Get all the documents in the checklist and visit the bank office that is close to you to finish the account signup process.
1st Bank Yuma Logging In
Once you are done with the sign-up process then you can go ahead and log in.
Step 1 Go to www.1stbankyuma.com and click on the account login tab on the upper right corner of the page.
Step 2 Enter your Username and Password, then click on login.
If the information you entered where correct, you will be redirected to your online banking account desktop.
Please note that the Password is case sensitive so make sure you are using the right case.
If you forgot your password, follow these steps to reset your password.
Step 1 At the site’s homepage, click on the account tab and click on forgot password link below the login area.
Step 2 Enter your Username and email address and click the next button.
Your new password would be sent to your email address if the details you entered where correct.
Please note that business account users cannot reset their password online, you will have to visit the bank office to rectify your login issue.