Switch Center

It’s easy to switch your accounts to First Neighbor Bank, NA.

 

 

Switch Kit Checklist

Make sure ALL checks have cleared on your checking account.

 

Make certain enough funds are available in your account to cover any automatic payments that may still need to be withdrawn.

 

Double check maturity dates if transferring a Certificate of Deposit in order to avoid possible penalties.

 

Send written notice to your direct deposit vendors (payroll, social security, CD interest payments, etc.) of the change in your financial institution.

 

Send written notice to your vendors who automatically take your payments from your checking account (utilities, insurance companies, internet service providers, banks, etc.) that you are closing the account.

 

Send notification of new account information to vendors who you want to continue to generate automatic withdrawals; or use this notification to start a new automatic payment with a vendor.

 

Send written notice to the financial institution that you are closing the account with them.

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