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Find a First American Bank branch or surcharge-free partner ATMs wherever you travel.

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Everything you need to do more with your money

We want to make it as convenient as possible for you to open your accounts with First American Bank. Here you'll find online applications for our deposit accounts and credit cards.

Checking Accounts
Everyday Rewards Checking
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Optimal Checking
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Free Checking
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Fresh Start Checking
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Student Checking
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Advantage Checking
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Personal Checking
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Savings Accounts
Optimal Money Market
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Easy Savings
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Student Savings
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Minor Savings
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Certificate of Deposit
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Health Savings Accounts
HSA
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Credit Cards
Visa® Platinum Card
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Cash Rewards American Express® Card
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Visa Signature® Real Rewards Card
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Premier Rewards American Express® Card
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First American Bank is a full-service bank with branches in Illinois, Wisconsin and Florida.
The routing number for First American Bank is 071922777.

The routing number for Health and Benefits Accounts (HSA, FSA, HRA, QTA) is 067015928.
You can order checks within Online Banking. Log in to Online Banking and from the 'Account Summary' page, click on 'Order Checks' next to the account you'd like to order checks for. Or you can visit any of our branch locations to order checks.
Visit our branch locations page to find location near you and to see the hours of operation.
Opening your new account is easy. You can open your account online or visit any of our branch locations.
You can place a stop payment on a check or series of checks from within Online Banking. Log in to Online Banking and select 'Stop Payments' next to 'Account Activity'. Choose the account that the check was written on and provide the check number(s) and check amount(s).  

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