We are pleased to announce the merger between Texas First Bank and Hull State Bank. We are happy to welcome the Hull State Bank customers to Texas First Bank! The same professional staff is ready to serve your financial needs.
When visiting our website you can access all of your banking information, but to make it easier for you from the start, we have put together a list of commonly used links for your use:
For those of you who have questions about online banking and our BillPay and Business BillPay products, please read the information below:
Hull State Bank merged with Texas First Bank on January 31st. To access your Online Banking or BillPay services, please visit www.texasfirstbank.com.
Please note that your online history within your Hull State Bank Online Banking is not available to view.
Texas First Bank's BillPay and Business BillPay allow you to not only easily and securely pay your bills, but also to make external transfers, make person-to-person payments, and pay bills on your mobile device. Business BillPay users has the ability to create custom invoices that can be emailed to your customers, giving them the option to pay directly into your account from that email.
Please note that all of your Hull State Bank payment history is available within your upgraded BillPay account.
Here is what you can expect with Texas First Bank's bill pay product:
- You will be able to use your existing Online Banking user ID when first logging into Texas First Bank. A new password will be required.
- Follow the First Time User Wizard when logging into Texas First Bank Online Banking for the first time.
- For your convenience, all of your payee information and any scheduled payments will carry over to the new system, so you will not need to reenter that information. Payments that process as of February 3rd will record in your new payment history.
- An estimated arrival time will be provided when a payment is scheduled.
- With BillPay or Business BillPay, payments are sent electronically (unless the payee only accepts draft payments). You will be informed when your payments will be sent, and their estimated arrival date. With this you will know when payments will arrive, and can schedule them accurately to avoid late fees.
- Bills are paid by a Process Date and an Arrival Date (or Due Date):
- Process Date. This is the date that the funds will be taken from your account.
- Arrival Date (or Due Date). This is the date your payment will be received by the payee/biller. These dates are generally 3 to 5 business days apart, which means that the funds will be deducted from your account 3 to 5 business days prior to the "Arrival Date".
For those with questions about our Telephone Banking, please read the information below:
Hull State Bank customers will be required to go through the First Time User experience when calling Telephone Banker for the first time any time on or after February 3rd. Your initial PIN will be the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, and then you will be prompted to change it. The published toll free number you have used when calling will remain the same.
Get ready now to acquaint yourself with the new systems. We're confident you'll be pleased with the increased ease of use and time savings.
If you have any questions about the above information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page, or contact either Hull State Bank or your nearest Texas First Bank Banking Center.