First Oklahoma Bank’s Mobile Banking is a quick and convenient way to access your account via your smart phone device.  First Oklahoma Bank’s Mobile Banking offers the same high level of security as our Online Banking Platform.  Message and data rates may apply.

For technical support or questions about Mobile Banking, please e-mail:
or call us at 918-392-2500

More about our Mobile Banking:
First Oklahoma Bank Mobile Banking is encrypted using the Wireless Transport Layer Security (WTLS) protocol, which provides the highest level of security available today. Additionally, all data that passes between the wireless gateway is encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) layer.  

Access to First Oklahoma Bank’s mobile banking access will be controlled using the customer’s internet banking authentication credentials including user access code, passcode, and passmark.  All terms and disclosures for Internet banking apply to mobile banking.  

First Oklahoma Bank will publish periodic customer training and mobile device security procedures to via the Bank web site or statement stuffers.

First Oklahoma Bank users can use their mobile device to access the following:
•    Access account information
•    Transfer funds between accounts
•    Pay Bills
•    Find Locations

Tips for Mobile Banking Security:
1.  Lock your phone
Make sure that your phone automatically locks after not being used for a specified period of time and if possible require a strong alphanumeric password to unlock your device. This will help prevent unauthorized users from accessing the data and resources kept on your phone if lost or you're not there to supervise their use.

2.  Wipe your device
Learn how to remotely wipe your mobile device. If your device is ever lost or stolen, you should know how and be able to remotely wipe it - which means removing all of your personal data and restoring it to its factory state. iPhones, iPads, BlackBerries and Windows 7 devices come with this capability included in their operation systems, and you can download Android apps that will do it as well. It's a good idea to learn the steps for remotely wiping your device and to write them down somewhere easy to find. This way, if your device were ever lost or stolen, you won't be wasting valuable time trying to figure out how to wipe it, you will already know how.

3.  Check the source
It's only natural to go to the iTunes store or Android Market when you are looking to get a new app. However, non-reputable people are putting apps out there every day, for the purpose of phishing consumer information. It's always better to start with your banks website to make sure you aren't being scammed.

4.  Say no to public Wi-Fi hot spots
While enjoying your coffee at the local coffee shop might sound like a good time to check your account balance, you might want to think again. Most public Wi-Fi hot spots are not secure, which means anyone connected to the hot spot could monitor what you are doing in the hot spot. Only use secure Wi-Fi (encrypted wireless communications) or your carriers 3G or 4G data connection. It's also a good idea to disable Wi-Fi whenever it's not in use. This reduces the chance of accidentally connecting to an unsecured or suspect network and saves the life of your battery.

5.  Bluetooth can be harmful
In public areas, others can detect your phone and access it through Bluetooth. If that happens, you will be sent a message alerting you. However, it's often safer to turn Bluetooth off or put it in non-discoverable mode to render them invisible to unauthenticated devices.

6.  Take advantage of security features 
You should always take advantage of any security features offered by your mobile device, mobile carrier, or bank. Not using security features, may leave your personal and financial information vulnerable to others.

7.  Don't text message (SMS) personal information
Regardless of the situation, NEVER send personal information, (PIN, account number, social security numbers, passwords, ect.) via SMS. SMS is not encrypted, so your bank will not send personal information via SMS, and your bank will never ask for this information via SMS.

8.  Always log off
When you are finished checking your balance, transferring funds between accounts, or paying a bill, be sure you logged out of your account. As part of our security features Fannin Banks mobile app and web page will log you out after 3 minutes of inactivity.

9.  Keep an eye on your phone's performance
If you download an app, and your phone starts performing differently (for example responding more slowly to commands or draining its battery more quickly), that could be a sign of malicious code and it is probably best to take your device to your carrier to have the phone fixed.












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Warning: Internet E-Mail is not secure. Never send private financial or personal information using email (including Account Numbers, Social Security Numbers, Credits Card Numbers, Passwords, and/or Account Balances).