Security Enhancement Notice: First National Bank and Trust Company, as a result of Microsoft standards, will no longer support Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0/1.1. Please read below.
Thank you so much taking the time to make security a priority! Prior to June 25, 2017, we ask that each of our clients takes a few minutes to ensure their computer operating system is up to date and able to support Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2. Our clients can follow the link below and choose their browser of choice to find step by step instructions on how to enable TLS 1.1 and/or TLS 1.2 protocols on the web browser. If these steps are not followed, you may experience service interruptions after June 25.
In addition to updating your computer, please make sure you are on the most current operating system on your mobile devices.
Please contact our Personal Bankers at 217-935-2148 with any questions.
Critical Messaging for FNBT: Attention Current Quicken (Windows and Mac), QuickBooks and Mint Users. Please read these important product based instructions on how to transition your current Intuit product to our new online banking portal.
Thank you for taking the time to guide yourself through converting your current Intuit services from our previous online banking system to our enhanced FNBT Online! We have attached customized conversion guides to provide an easy transition for Intuit product users. To minimize duplicate transactions in the Intuit product registers, please refer to the instruction guide that matches your Intuit product and refer to the Post Conversion FAQ Guide with the top frequently asked questions. Feel free to call us at 217-935-2148 with questions.
Please note that for the following products, aggregation services will be interrupted for five business days.
- Quicken Windows/Mac Express Web Connect
- QuickBooks Online (QBO)
- Mint- Please do not even open Mint for five business days after the conversion (June 12) to ensure the Mint product is properly updated. No additional action should be required.
Documentation regarding Quicken, QuickBooks and Mint:
Post-Conversion Issue Help Guide
Quicken for Windows Conversion Instructions (Web Content)
Quicken for Windows Conversion Instructions (Express Web Content)
Quicken for Mac 2007 Conversion Instructions (Web Content)
Quicken for Mac 2015-2017 Conversion Instructions (Web Content)
Quicken for Mac 2015-2017 Conversion Instructions (Express Web Content)
Mint Conversion Information
QuickBooks Online Conversion Instructions