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The First National Bank of Johnson is committed to protecting your privacy and security. We will never initiate a request for sensitive information—Social Security numbers, account numbers, or PIN(s)—from you via e-mail. We strongly suggest that you never share your personal ID, password, PIN(s), account numbers, or any other personal information with anyone.




First National Bank of Johnson is excited to announce we upgraded our Internet Banking platform on July 12, 2021.  We would like to take this opportunity to provide you with the following important information.

Instructions for Signing onto the Upgraded Online Banking Platform:

  1. Access the website at www.fnbjohnson.com.      
  2. Your existing User ID remains the same.  It was converted to the upgraded system with all lowercase letters.
  3. Your password from the old platform did NOT convert to the upgraded system.  The temporary password you must use will be the last 4 numbers of the Social Security Number of the enrolled customer.  Enter the temporary password and click Login.  You will be asked to change your password before you gain access. Your new password must be 9-17 characters long with at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number, and one special character. As in the past, for security reasons, your password must be changed every 6 months.
  4. You will be asked to accept new terms and conditions and may also be required to reset security questions.

Account history, recurring transfers, and current Bill Pay information have been carried over to the upgraded system.

IMPORTANT: If you have not logged into Internet Banking during the past 12 months, you will be required to complete a new enrollment at www.fnbjohnson.com.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly at 402-868-3785. 

 Are you planning an upcoming trip or vacation? 
If so, please notify the Bank with your dates of travel within the United States.
 If you plan to travel internationally, please contact the Bank with your dates of travel and countries you plan to visit.
 Thank you for your cooperation!  Travel safe!



  The bank works with a company that will monitor your debit card activity for possible fraud.  If a problem is detected, the company will contact you directly.  For this to be effective, we must have accurate telephone numbers for the company to use when contacting you.  If your phone number(s) should change, please contact us immediately at 800-869-0438 or email us at info@fnbjohnson.com to provide the new information.   
If your debit card has been compromised, lost or stolen, please contact the Bank immediately.  If the Bank is closed, please call Lost/Stolen Card After Hours at 800-472-3272.
  Beware of credit card scams!! Credit or debit card issuers will never ask for information about your card.  They already have all the information since they issued the card. 
Don't share your private information!!

Thank you for choosing the First National Bank of Johnson!  For over 100 years, we have built lasting relationships with our customers by understanding their goals and meeting their needs.  As a cornerstone of the local financial economy, we aim to provide safe and reliable banking services to meet the needs of the Johnson and Auburn communities and surrounding areas by providing quality financial services at competitive rates, strong stability, and exceptional customer satisfaction. 

Each day we dedicate ourselves to serving you with honesty and professionalism.  In achieving your financial goals, we will provide you with the outstanding community banking experience you deserve.  Thank you for choosing the First National Bank of Johnson. 

PLEASE BE ADVISED:  First National Bank of Johnson's Internet Banking will NEVER ask you to enter personal or account information while you are logging in or on any Internet Banking page where the information requested is not relevant to the transaction.  Customers should NEVER enter sensitive data if they are prompted to do so.  Also, any computer used to access Internet Banking should have anti-virus and anti-malware installed with up-to-date software definitions.