Make the switch in 4 easy steps!

Changing banks can seem like a daunting task. That’s why Security First Bank has put together a simple and easy process for making the switch. Need personal assistance? Stop by your local branch and a representative will be glad to help you.
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  1. Open your new Security First Bank account. Open your account in person at any Security First Bank location, or open an account online.
  2. Change/update your direct deposits. For payroll: Fill out the direct deposit form and return to your payroll department. It directs them to change your direct deposit from your previous financial institution to your new account at Security First Bank. Direct Deposit Form For non-payroll: Fill out the change form for pre-authorized, recurring deposits. These deposits could include: alimony, Social Security, child support, other government payments and payments/transfers from any individual. Non-Payroll Direct Deposit Form
  3. Change any automatic payments and withdrawals. This includes insurance, credit cards, cable, utilities and loans. Most of these automatic payments can be changed online or by phone. If online or phone option is unavailable, please use our Payment Transfer Request Form
  4. Close your old account. Confirm that all outstanding checks have cleared your old account and verify that your direct deposits have been redirected to your new account. Once all your transactions have been confirmed, you are ready to fill out the Request to Close Account(s) form and send to your former bank. If you have any questions, we will be happy to assist you with completing and sending this form. Request to Close Accounts Form

Managing your new Security First Bank account is easy:

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