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My Cards

My Cards

Get the First Federal Savings mobile app* that gives you the ability to actively manage your First Federal Savings debit card usage by defining when, where and how your debit card is used.

Greater Card Protection

Our card controls offer more protection than ever, allowing you to turn your debit card on or off and limit transactions by amount, location, merchant, and transaction type. You can report lost or stolen cards from the app and receive real-time alerts when your debit card is used, approved or exceeds the transaction controls set by you.

Enhanced Insights

Our handy list of subscriptions and who has your card on file gives you a clear picture of where your money is going. Easy to read graphs make understanding your spending habits simple, and details such as merchant names, logos, and contact information give you greater insight into your card transactions.

Ultimate Convenience

Add cards to digital wallets, get cash without your card, easily set travel plans to ensure your card is not declined, and even access your new card before receiving it in the mail. Plus, self-service options give you 24/7 assistance without calling a service number.

Get Started

If you are new to Mobile Banking*, simply search for First Federal Savings & Loan in your app store to download our Mobile Banking app today or click here!

Once loaded, simply tap “My Cards” to access all the exciting features.

Check out our video to learn more.

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*Must be enrolled in Online Banking to use our Mobile Banking App.

Click HERE for more information.

 

Report Lost or Stolen Card or Ask Questions

Within the U.S.  1-833-221-8637
Outside the U.S.  1-614-564-5105

Initiate a Dispute for Fraud or Non-Fraud Transactions

1-833-221-8638

Protect your Confidential Information. First Federal Savings will never ask for your account number, social security number, name, address or password in an email or text message. We will only ask you to provide this information to verify your identity when you call us directly. Please read our "Tips to keep you safe" by clicking the News & Updates link below.News & Updates