FSNB, formerly known as Fort Sill National Bank, has a tradition of distinguished banking service to both the military and civilian communities. In 1942, the Fort Sill command asked the City National Bank of Lawton to establish a check-cashing facility on the Army post of Fort Sill, home of the U.S. Field Artillery School. Four years later, J. R. “Dolph” Montgomery had the vision to establish a full-service bank to meet the special banking needs of Fort Sill’s military personnel. Through hard work and determination, Mr. Montgomery founded Fort Sill National Bank on April 19, 1946, and forged a legacy as a leader in military banking and customer service.
FSNB Bank Service Telephone
1 (800) 749-4583
1 (580) 357-9880
1 (800) 749-4583
1 (580) 355-0641
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Online Banking Login
How to Log In
1. Visit the bank’s website https://www.fsnb.com/.
2. The Login is located to the upper right part of their page. Enter Online Banking ID.
How to Enroll
1. Click the Enroll.
2. You will be directed to another page and fill out all the blank fields with the needed information. Click on “Submit Enrollment“.
Video For How to Find Your Routing Number in 60 Seconds
FSNB Bank customers will be required to have a routing number or routing transit number is a 9 digit number that identifies a financial institution in a transaction and the location where your bank account was opened. The most common types of transactions are ACH and wire transfers. You’ll often be asked for your checking account routing number when you’re making a payment online or by phone.
Some banks and financial institutions usually have multiple routing numbers serving different purposes, geographical regions, and branches. Therefore it is important to ensure that you are using the correct routing number before you initiate a money transfer.
A routing number can also be referred to as an RTN, a routing transit number, or an ABA routing number and can be easily be found printed on the bottom of a check or in the online banking portals of the financial institutions.
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.
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Branch Locations And Opening Hours
Monday – Thursday – 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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