First National Rio Grande has it`s charter which dates back to 1870. The bank is now however a part of a tri-bank unification categorized as one FDIC insured bank. The bank was the first bank to operate in the south west area and now has 25 serving branches in New Mexico and Colorado. The bank makes the most of it`s local knowledge and expertise to give a familiar local service to all of their customers. The bank has many financial plans for investment, fund management as well as business and private banking. These skills and services just a part of many that First National customers know and trust from their local branch. The customer can also access these services online with internet banking, enabling them to be as involved as they like in any financial decision or action.
How To Log In
Step 1 – If a user wants to login they need to go the bank`s Homepage where they should look for `Online Banking` towards the top right of the page. Now they must select the type of login they require and enter their `Access ID` and then click `Login`.
Forgotten User ID/Password
Step 1 – If a user can not remember their password they need to go to the bank`s Homepage and look for `Online Banking` towards the top right of the page. Just below this they must click the link `Password Help`.
Step 2 – The user must now enter their `Access ID`, Tax ID` and their `Email Address` and then click `Submit`.
If the user can not remember any of their other login details they will need to contact the bank, either by visiting their `Bank Branch` or by calling the bank on 1-505-992-2000.
How To Enroll
Step 2 – The user must now scroll to the bottom of the page and click `I Consent`.
Step 3 – The user must again scroll to the bottom of the page and this time click `Accept`. This is to show they understand the bank`s terms and conditions.
Step 4 – The user must now fill in their details in the `Blank Fields` and then click `Submit`.
- Email address
- Account number
- Account type
- Last four digits of social security number/Access PIN/Telephone banking PIN
- ZIP code