MidFirst Bank was established in 1954 and has its headquarter in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The bank has real estate lending offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, New York, and Southern California. MidFirst Bank’s primary markets include Oklahoma City, Tulsa, western Oklahoma, Denver, and Phoenix.
With MidFirst Bank’s iManage Personal Banking, you can manage your bank accounts online through its secure technology that offers various services. For any account holder in MidFirst Bank to enjoy the convenience of online banking, he or she must enroll in online banking. Online banking allows you to perform your banking transactions 24/7. The guide below will show you how to log in, reset forgotten login credentials and enroll in online banking.
HOW TO LOG IN
If you are an online banking customer, please follow these steps to provide your login details and access your account.
Step 1- In your web browser, please click this link https://www.midfirst.com/ to open MidFirst Bank’s website
Step 2- In the homepage, please enter your Banking ID in the highlighted field, then click Log In
Once the bank approves the Banking ID you provide, it will direct to the password entry page.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/ LOGIN ID?
If you have problems recalling any of your login details, please consider getting in touch with the bank through this number 888-643-3477, option 6, to request assistance.
HOW TO ENROLL
MidFirst Bank customers are at liberty to register for online banking. If you need to enroll in online banking, please consider the following enrollment steps:
Step 1- In the homepage, hover cursor over the Personal tab then click Enroll in Online Banking link shown below in the Online & Mobile Banking section
Step 3- Please fill in the requested information in the Online Banking Enrollment form, then click CONTINUE
Once the system establishes you are an account holder in the bank, it will allow you proceed and complete the enrollment process.
MANAGE MIDFIRST BANK ONLINE ACCOUNT
MidFirst Bank customers exploit these Online Banking services:
- View detailed real-time account information
- Access transaction history
- View and print eStatements, check images, eNotices, and eTax forms
- Initiate stop payments on paper checks
- Make fund transfers
- Receive alerts
- Download account information into Quicken
Holiday Schedule for 2018 & 2019
These are the federal holidays of which the Federal Reserve Bank is closed.
MidFirst Bank and other financial institutes are closed on the same holidays.
|New Year's Day||January 1||January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||January 15||January 21|
|Presidents Day||February 19||February 18|
|Memorial Day||May 28||May 27|
|Independence Day||July 4||July 4|
|Labor Day||September 3||September 2|
|Columbus Day||October 8||October 14|
|Veterans Day||November 12||November 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||November 22||November 28|
|Christmas Day||December 25||December 25|