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eBanking | Online Banking Anytime, Anywhere

As part of our ongoing commitment to meeting your business financial needs, First Minnetonka City Bank offers our customers a wide variety of banking products and services-including complete online and mobile banking! You can view account balances, transfer funds, set up alerts and much more. With online banking you can conduct your banking wherever and whenever it's convenient for you.

Take a quick trip through the Online Demo, review our list of frequently asked questions or contact us directly. Even though you'll be able to handle the majority of your banking transactions online, we remain committed to the one-on-one, personal relationship you are accustomed to having with our bank.

We take this relationship very seriously, making the safety of your account information our greatest priority. Our online banking service is protected with the latest firewall, security and encryption technology and is password-protected. More information about our online security measures is available.

For step-by-step instructions on using the online banking application, please refer to the Online Banking Guide (PDF Download).

Get Started Now

  1. Set up online banking
  2. Sign Up
  3. Download our free mobile banking app. Search for TouchBanking:

  4. Enter App Code: GoMobile0896

  5. Log in using your Online Banking user name and password

Mobile Banking App

Download our Mobile Banking App to view account balances, transfer funds, and receive alerts.   Enroll via Online Banking and find our app (TouchBanking) in "Apple Download" or "Google Download". You will need to enter this App Code to activate it: GoMobile0896

How it Works

Simply go to the App and log in!

  • View Accounts – You can view all accounts that were selected when you originally set up your mobile browser banking.
  • Transfer Funds –The accounts available will be the ones selected when you originally enrolled in Mobile Banking.  You can change your selections in the “options” tab in Online Banking.
  • Find ATMs and Branches – shows ATM and branch locations for our Bank.

Availability may be affected by your mobile device’s coverage area.  Message and data rates may apply. Terms and Conditions

Mobile Banking Browser

View account details, receive alerts, and transfer funds at our mobile banking website.

How it Works

Using Mobile Browser Banking is very similar to logging in to Online Banking. Enroll through the “options” tab in Online Banking.

Once you are logged in you will see the following:

  • View Accounts – You can view all accounts that were selected when you originally set up your mobile browser banking.
  • Transfer Funds – The accounts available will be the ones selected when you originally enrolled in Mobile Banking. You can change your selections in the “options” tab in Online Banking.
  • Find ATMs and Branches – shows ATM and branch locations for our Bank.

Availability may be affected by your mobile device’s coverage area.  Message and data rates may apply. Terms and Conditions

Mobile Text

Send a text message to request account balances and transaction history. Enroll through the "options" tab in Online Banking.

How it Works

Send a text message to 96924 to request information about your accounts. Receive a text message response with the information you requested.

Text any of the following commands:

BAL

This command will send you the balances of all your activated accounts.

HIST <account nickname>

For example: HIST MINE
This will return the last few transactions that have hit the account you nicknamed ‘MINE” during your activation process.

NEXT

When you have texted HIST – you can text NEXT to get the next transactions.

HELP

To get the help screen.

STOP

To discontinue the service.

ATM <zip code>

To locate First Minnetonka City Bank’s ATMs near you.

BRANCH <zip code>

To find a First Minnetonka City Bank location.

Availability may be affected by your mobile device’s coverage area.  Message and data rates may apply. Terms and Conditions

eAlerts

eAlerts is a complimentary service that allows you to receive account activity alerts via email, text message or online banking notification. Alerts can provide you with deposit, withdrawal or low balance information for your First Minnetonka City Bank checking or savings accounts.

Set up your own account alerts on the eAlerts tab in Online Banking.

Don't use Online Banking? It is not required to use this service. Contact us and we can set up your eAlerts for you.

Message and data rates may apply.

Learn More | Contact Our Business Banking Specialists

Glen Lake: (952) 935-8663

14550 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345
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11500 Highway 7
Minnetonka, MN 55305
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Report unauthorized activity

To report unauthorized activity or a lost or stolen Visa Debit Card, call (952) 935-5995 or (952) 935-8663 during our business hours. After hours, call (800) 472-3272.

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2. Promote geographic mobility for low-income and minority households;

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