FNB Bank Online Banking Login

FNB Bank provides credit and financial services. Founded in 1838 and headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, the bank is a subsidiary of FirstRand EMA Holdings Limited

With the internet becoming safer and secure, it has become easier for FNB Bank members to access their money and other financial services offered by the bank even when they are on the go. These services are also available on mobile phones through apps, which can be downloaded on playstore or itunes. Continue reading this guide to learn how to manage your account

How to login

This is basically the simplest step that you will have to take every time you want to access their finances online. Here are quick steps that you need to follow in order to enroll:

Step 1-Click https://www.fnb.co.za/ to open the bank’s website

Step 2-Provide your username and password in the login section shown in the image below and click login

How to reset your password

For customers who have already signed up for the online banking services and they are having problems accessing their accounts, they can simply reset their password. This process is simple. Just follow these steps:

Step 1-Next to the login section, you will see forgot username or password? Click the link

Step 2-Click reset password

Step 3-Provide your username, ID/Password No., and verification code and click the continue button to proceed

How to enroll

If you want to have an account with the FNB bank so that so that you can access your money anytime then you will want to register. The steps you need to follow to sign up for the online banking services have been highlight here:

Step 1-Go to the login section on the homepage

Step 2-Click register

Step 3-Provide your card number, PIN, verification code and check the terms and conditions to confirm you agree to terms of use and click continue to proceed.

Manage your FNB Bank account online

As you have seen, signing up is very easy and you also get to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Check balance
  • View your check images
  • Contact the bank anytime
  • Get transaction alerts