First Merchants Online Banking
First Merchants Bank was originally known as the Merchants National Bank of Muncie, Indiana and it was organized during the Panic of 1893 by a group of service-minded businessmen who recognized a need in their community and acted to fulfill that need. Spearheaded by Hardin Roads, a former successful wholesale grocer, the enterprising men invested capital of $100,000. This was the only time it was necessary to raise capital through outside sources. First Merchants Bank has survived panics, depressions, and wars to become the leading financial institution in East Central Indiana.
There have been four homes for the main office of First Merchants Bank. The original bank was in a room at the northeast corner of Main and Mulberry streets, then known as the Little Block. Proof that the businessmen had been right in recognizing the need for banking services in Muncie was visibly demonstrated in 1904 when space requirements dictated a move to larger quarters across the street, to the northwest corner of the same intersection, in what was known as the Neely Block. Ten years later in 1914, the bank was established in its own “new” building at Jackson and Mulberry streets. This familiar Muncie landmark, with its impressive Corinthian columns, served for 58 years, undergoing two major renovations. The 1914 building fell to the wrecker’s ball in August of 1972, as a new modern structure assumed the role of providing financial service to future generations of First Merchants Bank customers.
Customer Service Telephone
Customer Service: 1-800-205-3464
(Mon.-Fri. 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sat. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time)
Online Banking Login
You can only login to your online account if you have already registered. That means that to log in, you will need to use your login details. If you don’t know how to login or enroll, follow the steps in order to do it.
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Routing number for First Merchants Bank is a 9 digit bank code used for various bank transactions such as direct deposits, electronic payments, wire transfers, check ordering and many more. Routing numbers are also known as bank routing numbers, routing transit numbers (RTNs), ABA numbers, ACH routing numbers. Routing numbers may differ depending on where your account was initially opened and the type of transaction made.
How to Find Your Routing Numbers on Check
The best way to find the routing number for your Marquette Bank checking, savings or business account is to look into the lower left corner of the bank check.