First-time Login

Here's what to expect when logging in for the first time to SPIRE Digital Banking.

A step-by-step guide of what to expect and what you'll need to know when logging in for the first time to SPIRE Digital Banking. We encourage you to give yourself extra time to get your account setup.

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Where to Log In

Visit or open the SPIRE Mobile app.
Select the New User or Register link to get started.

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and is not compatible SPIRE Digital Banking.
We encourage you to update now to Microsoft Edge
or use another browser like Google Chrome instead. See Supported Browsers.

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Verify Your Identity

After accepting the terms of use,
you will be prompted to enter identification information.

To protect your accounts and information,
we will lead you through a verification process.

You will want to have the following information handy:
Your Social Security Number, account number, and birthdate,
as well as the phone number and email address we have on file.

Once your identity is confirmed, you will receive a
emporary password by email or text message. 

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Choose a Username & Password

Choose a username and select Check Availability.
Once you pick a username, a temporary password
will be sent via email or text.

Retrieve the password, enter it, and select Log In.

You'll now create a password. Do not share this password with anyone.

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Your new password must be at least 12 characters long and
include a number, capital letter, and special character.

If you want others to have access to your accounts,
you'll have the chance to do that securely without sharing your username and password.

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Set up Your Account

After you set your password, you're in!
We will guide you through some steps on setting up
account notifications, giving other people access to
your accounts (if you wish), and managing BillPay.

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If something doesn't look right please call us or use the chat feature!

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