First National Bank and Trust Mail May Experience Delays
On October 1, 2021, the United States Postal Service (USPS) will implement new service standards for First-Class Mail, adding 1 to 2 additional days for mail traveling longer distances. This could impact First National Bank and Trust (FNBT) customers as general correspondence, customer deposit statements, billing notices, late notices, maturity notices and tax documents may be affected.
Do You Have Options?
We encourage you to connect with FNBT digitally. Our Mobile Banking App and Online Banking are the fastest and most convenient ways to:
- Securely access and view bank statements
- Set up delivery of e-statements to reduce the risk of lost, stolen, or late mail
- Receive email notifications when a new statement is available
- Monitor balances and transactions
- Make loan or bill payments
Although FNBT tax documents are not available online, you can contact us and we'll print them for you.
Current Contact Information
Keep your contact information up to date to stay connected with FNBT. You can easily do this by calling 800-667-4401, stopping by any of our 16 locations or by logging into Online Banking or Mobile Banking.
Should You Contact the Post Office?
You can sign up to monitor your mail through Informed Delivery® with USPS. It is a free and optional notification feature that gives residential consumers the ability to digitally preview their letter-sized mail and manage their packages scheduled to arrive soon.
For more information about the USPS changes, please visit the USPS Service Alert and USPS Fact Sheet.