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Open Your FC Banking Online Account

Open Your FC Banking Online Account

FC banking or First Commonwealth Financial Corporation is situated in Pennsylvania and Indiana which is engaged in a financial services company. Initially, it was serving Central Pennsylvania and Western as well as Ohio, Columbus and Canton.  First Commonwealth is engaged in providing a wide variety of products both for individuals and for businesses. These products include retail products and commercial products. If you already use First Commonwealth online banking or if you are going to open new online banking account then you are required to select “Open Account” button. By doing so, you can save your time while completing your application.

In order to get enrollment in an online banking account, you are required to visit its official website and complete some necessary requirement through an online web portal. You can also help through the following given instructions for opening online banking account:

How To Open Online Account:

  • In the beginning, you are required to start with the link www.fcbanking.com and access the official homepage of this website with the help of your internet browser.
  • On its front page, provide your online banking ID, if you are already online account holder and get the sign in for accessing your account.
  • If you are new and want to open a new account then click on the below-mentioned link “Enroll Now” and get into the procedure.
  • On the new page, by reading all terms and conditions, click on “I Agree” button and start the account opening process.
  • Next, you will be let to a new page, where you have to enter mandatory information like social security number, account number, accurate email address and finally click on “Continue” button.
  • You will be preceded next, where you are required to follow the screen instructions and complete the process of online banking account.

Important Note:

While opening online banking account you are required to enter your account number which is written on the account agreement. You can also find your account number on the deposit slip or check checkbook.