Community First makes the preservation of your business’s financial safety and security a priority. We employ trusted, proven technology to protect information about your business, its employees and your financial business transactions. Our seasoned analysts and investigators are dedicated to analyzing business account activity and communicate with business owners immediately when they observe potential fraudulent activity.
Our secure online banking tools are designed to provide your business with added convenience without compromising your peace of mind or ability to access important financial records online. We continually enhance our security features to make sure your online business banking experience is safe and secure.
Security Steps Community First Takes to Ensure That You are on Our Official Site
When you first access Online Banking, you will be asked to choose a personal image from one of thousands of images. You will also be asked to provide us with brief text to help identify the image you have chosen.
Whenever you attempt to log in to Online Banking, the personal image you selected and associated text will appear before you enter your password. If you do not see this, please try logging in again. Perhaps there was a typo during log in. If you know that your login is correct, and you still do not see the image and text you selected, please e-mail or call a Member Service Representative at 904.354.8537 or 800.342.8416.
Please remember—seeing your personal image and text lets you know that you are in our official Online Banking site.
Call us at 904.354.8537 or 800.342.8416 or visit a branch near you
Security Measures Community First Takes to Ensure You are Accessing Our Official Site
Identity thieves can’t know every detail of your personal life. We designed a series of security questions for you to complete in order to safeguard against impersonators.
To get started, you’ll choose three simple questions. The questions are easy to answer and may ask you about small personal details, such as “What was the name of your first pet?” or “What high school did you attend?”
By providing the answers to these questions, you’ll give us information that will help verify your identity.
our answers will be used, along with select account information, as added protection when certain conditions exist that trigger an increased security concern.