Using FABApp, First American Bank's free* mobile banking application, you
can manage your money anytime, anywhere from your mobile device! FABApp is
a fast and secure way for First American Bank customers to check balances,
view account activity, pay bills and make transfers between accounts.
FABApp is available 24/7.
Mobile banking transmissions are protected by robust 128-bit SSL (Secure
Socket Layer) to prevent unauthorized access.
Login to FABApp and you can undertake a full range of banking activities
conveniently and securely, including the following:
VIEW ACCOUNT ACTIVITY
- View account available balances, recent transactions and pending deposits
- Detailed transaction history, including date, location, amount, and
more just like using online banking
- Transfer money between First American Bank accounts
- Schedule payments and pay bills right from your mobile device
- If you're already a Bill Pay customer, the payees you have already set
up using the online version of Bill Pay are
automatically available for use in the FABApp mobile Bill Pay.
- Find First American Bank branch locations using your current location or
enter the zip code or address of the area you wish to search. You'll be
provided a list of branches with the address and distance from your
Iowa-owned and operated since 1934, First American Bank proudly meets the
financial needs of clients with ATM's and 18 branches in 15 communities
throughout Iowa and southwest Florida.
For more information about Iowa's largest locally-owned bank and access to
efficient and secure online banking services visit
www.bankfirstamerican.com, email [email protected]
call any First American Bank office. First American Bank is an equal
housing lender and member of FDIC.
Internet access permissions are necessary for the app to connect with
First American Bank¹s mobile banking.
*Your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply.
This version includes user experience enhancements and improved workflows, support for multiple
logins, and various security updates and bug fixes.