Alerts & Notices

Consumers have received letters in the mail telling them their address was recently updated on their debit card. If you have received a letter like this and called the phone number provided, please notify us immediately.

Consumers have also received deceptive postcards in the mail alerting them to unauthorized access of their “my Social Security” accounts and possible theft of their benefit payments. These post cards are not coming from Social Security or the U.S. Government. If you receive any suspicious communications by mail, phone, or email contact Social Security.

These services will be unavailable from 7:00 p.m. CST on Saturday March 18 until 7:00 a.m. CST on Sunday, March 19.

     Online Banking

     Mobile Banking


Please note these services may also be affected during the scheduled maintenance window.

     Debit Card Processing

     ATM Processing

We appreciate your business and apologize for any inconvenience.

Due to weather conditions, we will be closing all locations today at noon.  


Also, due to expected additional bad weather overnight, Neely’s Mill hours will be changed to 9:00a to 2:00p on Saturday.   All other Saturday hours will be on our normal schedule.




The holiday shopping season is rapidly approaching. Most of us will begin receiving more and more unsolicited emails about super bargains and deals. Therefore I wanted to take this as an opportunity to remind you to be vigilant when opening emails and more importantly when going to links or advertisements that are embedded in those emails. Whenever possible, do not click the link in the email. If it is a reputable business, then to get the deals you can open your browser and type the address of that business manually. Nobody wants to ruin their holiday season by having their identity stolen or their bank accounts wiped out because of some spam deal that was just too good to be true. Please remember to have a sound cyber-defense strategy this holiday season. At a minimum I recommend the following items: - Be sure to keep your operating system and applications up-to-date with the latest available vendor-provided security patches. - Maintain a reputable anti-malware solution on your personal computer ##Community First Bank & Trust does not endorse any software systems which are not provided by our institution. Microsoft provides a web page with a list of options for consumer security software providers. Always use caution when opening emails. - Do not let guests or others have unattended use of your computer. - Never use an open/public WiFi internet connection to shop online. - And use good sound password management techniques. - Change passwords frequently - Utilize complex passwords when possible (UPPER case, lower case, numbers and symbols) - Use shortened phrases as passwords rather than family names or single words found in the dictionary - Use at least 8 characters (12 or more would be better…)
On April 18, 2014 Microsoft discontinued support of Windows XP Operating System. Windows XP will continue to operate after this date; however, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, posing increased security risks. If you are using Windows XP you will need to move to a supported operating system by October 31, 2014 to use our Business Online Banking. Supported operating systems and browsers are located under the ebanking tab on our website under online banking. Below is a link from Microsoft regarding Windows XP. In order to experience the full functionality of our Online Banking services, you should be using a computer with an operating system version of Windows Vista or higher. Supported internet browsers include Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher, Google Chrome (current version), Apple Safari 6+ (Mac OS only) or Mozilla Firefox (current version). Business Online Banking customers must use only Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher (32-bit versions only). Metro versions of internet browsers are not compatible.