Montana First's Home Banking enables you to access your accounts wherever you are,
whenever it's most convenient. Utilize Home Banking to check account balances, make
loan payments, or transfer funds between accounts. You can even download account
history into your own personal financial software such as Microsoft Money® or Quicken®.
The best part of all - Home Banking is absolutely free and it gives you access to all of our
Electronic versions of your statement are stored on our secure, password protected
Home Banking platform. Log in to Home Banking and you can view your statements, print
them, or save them and burn them to a disk.
Whether you’re paying your utility bill or Uncle Joe, Bill Payer is the easy, one-stop way to
pay all of your bills. No more writing checks or wasting postage. In addition, Bill Payer can
be customized the way you want it. Set up recurring payments or schedule a one time
This money management tool allows you to connect with over 5,000 institutions and
creditors. From FinanceWorks you’ll be able to manage your cash flow, find out how much
you have to spend, create spending plans, and ensure bills are paid on time.
Need a copy of your cleared checks. No problem. Cleared check images are available in
Home Banking so that you can easily review or print copies for your files.
Apply for a Montana First loan any time through our online application located within the
Home Banking platform. Most applicants know their approval status in minutes.
Make filing your taxes easy with the help of Horizon and TurboTax for Online Banking.
Filing online through TurboTax can save time and helps prevent errors. Plus, the option
of direct deposit gives you fast and easy access to your refund.
Earn cash back on your purchases with our debit card rewards program. Through this
program, you'll receive targeted reward offers in Home Banking based on how you
currently shop. To redeem an offer, simply click on it in Home Banking; this automatically
loads the offer onto your Horizon debit card. Then shop at the specified retailer and pay
using your Horizon debit card to earn the cash back offer!
Get access to your accounts while on the go through Mobile or Text Message Banking.
If you have a Web enabled cell phone or PDA device you can access Home Banking
information anytime, anywhere directly from your phone. Check your account balances
and account history, make transfers, pay bills, view rates, and find ATM and Horizon
branch locations. Montana First’s Mobile Banking works with all mobile carriers. To access
Montana First’s Mobile Banking just type mobile.mtfirst.com in to your browser. You will be
directed to a login page where you’ll enter in your member number and Home Banking
Text Message Banking
Text Message Banking gives you access to your basic account information. Through text
you can check your savings or checking balance, see your last five transactions, make
account transfers, and receive balance alerts. To register for Text Message Banking sign
in to your Home Banking account, click the Mobile Banking & Alerts tab, hit the “activate”
button, and follow the instructions to activate your phone.
Are you new to Home Banking?
Getting started is easy. All you need is your member number and the password you were
given when you opened your account. If you did not receive a password at the account
opening, or forgot it, please contact us at 800-852-5316.
Home Banking’s Advanced Security Login
The Advanced Security Login is a process that identifies you as the true owner of your
online account. Not only will you be recognized by your password, your computer will be
recognized as well. If you need to login from a location other than your primary computer,
one that Advance Security Login doesn't recognize, you will be prompted to provide
information that only you will know. What this means is that even if your password is
stolen in a phishing attack or by malicious software, the fraudster cannot access your
online Montan First accounts because they do not possess the additional information
needed. Advanced Security Login can be added to as many computers as you like,
but only if you choose to do so.