Personal Banking

Checking Accounts Debit Card

It looks like a credit card, but it's not. It is quick, convenient, and the perfect alternative to writing a check. Purchases are automatically deducted from your checking account. It can double as your 24-hour ATM banking card!  Our cards provide the latest technology which allows you more security against fraud as you use your debit card.  Using the EMV "chip" enabled process gives you the peace of mind knowing we are doing all we can to keep your information secure.  View an online tour for more information about this new technology and how to use your "chip" enabled card.

Community / School Spirit Cards

We offer select specialty community and school debit cards.  By using one of these cards, you can earn money for your school or community organization every time you use your card!  Order your card today.  When completing the online secure form, be sure to indicate in the "special instructions" box which card you would like to order.  It is that easy! 

The cards available to order are GenHkids (Springfield, Illinois); Mendon Unity High School; Illini-West High School; Rushville-Industry High School; Macomb High School; Quincy Senior High School; Quincy Notre Dame High School; John Wood Community College; Quincy University, and Western Illinois University.  Please contact your local branch for more details in regards to these cards.

For more information about First Bankers Trust debit card and/or to receive a debit card application, go to "Forms and Disclosures" on our homepage, or contact the bank.

For a lost or stolen debit card - call 1-844-871-2273

Pulse Select / MoneyPass

Get cash surcharge-free at ATMs coast to coast! First Bankers Trust is a member of the PulseSelect/MoneyPass® network of surcharge free ATMs. Anywhere you see the PulseSelect or MoneyPass logo your First Bankers debit card can be used surcharge-free. These charge-free ATMs are located all across the United States in banks, credit unions, grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants, etc. You can also log on to for more information.