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Personal eBanking

Whether you want to bank with us online or in-person, our tools will connect you with your money quickly, safely, and just the way you want them to.

Take the eBanking Journey with us. We’ll meet you where you are.

Select the eBanking service(s) that best suits your needs!

Full Service Banking

Online Banking

Simply log in to Online Banking whenever it’s most convenient. If you’re not signed up, enroll today. You’ll find the most comprehensive view of your First South accounts and transactions. It’s our eBanking “hub” so you can do – or find – just about anything you would need, from the comfort of your computer, 24 hours a day.

myMobile

If your “home screen” happens to be your phone or iPad, no problem! myMobile allows you to access your funds, make transfers, pay bills, deposit checks, manage your debit card, and much more from your mobile device. It’s fast, safe and secure – and available to any First South customer. Learn more!

To enroll in myMobile, you must first be an Online Banking customer, log in to Online Banking or enroll to get started today!

Note … registering for Online Banking is required for many of our other eBanking solutions, so give it a try…and if you like it, read on!

Ways to Pay Bills … and People

Online Bill Pay

When you pay bills online, we send payments to the company or person you specify either electronically or by paper check. Online bill payment saves you time and money by avoiding postage, envelopes and personalized checks. Your payments arrive on time in accordance with the date you specify.
To try our Online Bill Pay, simply log in to Online Banking and choose the Bill Pay tab.

If you’re not signed up for Online Banking, enroll today to take advantage of Online Bill Pay.

ePay

We can help you pay the people in your life even faster! ePay allows you to send funds to anyone at any time. It’s so easy! Funds are sent electronically and received within 3 business days.

Learn how to use ePay.

Manage and Move Money

myFinances

Our online financial management tool makes it easy to access and monitor all your accounts, not just First South’s, on one easy-to-understand dashboard.

myFinances is an online banking tool designed to help you manage your money the simplest way possible! Our User Guide will help you get started.

If you’re not signed up for Online Banking, enroll today to take advantage of myFinances – it’s fast, and simple!

eStatements

If you’re worried about identity theft, or just don’t want to store your statements, then try free eStatements! Sign up easily through Online Banking, and receive email notifications when your statement is ready to be viewed. It’s hassle-free, and safe. We’ll archive your statements for 12 months, and you can access them from wherever you are, whenever you need them.

Wire Transfers

Send money near or far with a wire transfer at First South Bank. Stop in any branch location to initiate an electronic payment.

Make a Deposit – No Branch or ATM Required!

eDeposit

eDeposit allows you to deposit your checks – from a distance! Using your mobile device, making a deposit is as simple as taking a photo of the front and back of your check and clicking submit! Simple. Convenient. Smart.

To enroll in eDeposit, fill out this online application and mail to or drop off at your nearest First South Bank location.

For eDeposit iPhone and iPad procedures Click Here.

For eDeposit Android procedures Click Here.

Current users can simply Log in to myMobile on your mobile device and follow the simple steps. You’ll be asked to take a photo of the front and back of your check, choose the account it will be deposited to, and you’re done!

For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on eDeposit Click Here,

eDeposit User Agreement

Mortgage Rates

Looking to purchase a home? Click here to see our mortgage rates.

Financial Resources

From calculators to savings and planning for retirement, our Financial Resources has the tools and tips you need.

myCommunity

Proudly supporting our communities and the causes that touch them since 1902.