Education & Resources

Education & Resources

Switch Kits

We're glad that you're interested in becoming part of our FUN Bank family!

We know that changing banks can seem a bit overwhelming, that's why we created "switch kits" for both consumer and business customers. Our switch kits contain all of the information, forms, and directions needed to easily switch from your current financial institution to The FUNK Bank, even if you currently have direct deposits, automatic debits, and more. We give you the tools you'll need to make the switch to our bank hassle free!

As you read through the details and steps in your kit, please reach out to us if you have any questions

Click on the button below to download our CONSUMER SWITCH KIT.


Click on the button below to download our BUSINESS SWITCH KIT.


Welcome to our online education and resource center. Please click on the videos below to view step-by-step instructions about the digital products we offer.

Consumer Banking Resources

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Business Banking Resources

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Consumer Security and Fraud Tips

The FUN Bank takes your security seriously. Protecting our customers’ information is a high priority. We also offer several products that you can manage to help keep your accounts secure; Alerts, Card Valet®. Visit our Banking Services page to learn more about those products.

Online Banking and Mobile Banking Password Tips:
  • Use a strong and unique password.
  • Do not use this password on any other site, make it specific to only your online banking.
  • Never use personal name, address, birthdate, or other sensitive information in your password content.
  • Do not use common words or number combinations.
  • Consider using a phrase instead of a word.
Your Bank Will NOT:
  • Ask for your personal or account information over email or through the internet.
  • Ask you, via email, to log in to your online banking.
  • Call you and ask you to verify your account number.
  • Text you and ask for personal or account information.
Protect Your Identity:
  • If you receive a call from someone claiming to be YOUR bank and you are suspicious, hang up, call your bank and ask for details about the call you just received.
  • If you receive a suspicious email or text claiming to be from your bank, call your bank and ask about it, validate its legitimacy.
  • The old saying is still good advice for modern times: If it seems too good to be true, it usually is. Always be cautious, always question.
  • Guard your credit cards, ATM cards, PIN numbers and receipts.
  • Immediately report lost or stolen checks, debit and credit cards.
  • Thoroughly review your bills, bank statements and credit card statements; report unauthorized activity.
  • Periodically obtain and review your credit reports.
For more valuable and trusted information, please visit the FDIC site