Switching is easy, and we can help in three easy steps!
- Open your Allied First Bank checking account
Open an Allied First Bank Checking account online, in person at the bank, or call us at (800) 272-3286 or (630) 554-8899.
- Move your transactions to your new account
Change your Direct Deposit to Allied First Bank For payroll Direct Deposit, use our Direct Deposit Change form and give it to your employer’s payroll office.To change your Social Security Direct Deposit, call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-SSA-1213 (1-800-772-1213) or visit the Social Security Direct Deposit Switch page and change your Direct Deposit to Allied First Bank. Be prepared to give them your account number and Allied First Bank’s routing number (071993214). Switch your automatic withdrawals to Allied First Bank: Below are some common bills that our customers usually pay on a periodic basis. These links will be helpful if you have arranged or are looking to arrange an automatic ACH debit.
Phone/Internet AT&T 800-222-0300 Comcast 800-934-6489 Sprint 888-211-4727 T-Mobile 800-937-8997 Verizon 800-483-3000 TV/Cable AT&T 800-222-0300 Comcast 800-COMCAST (1-800-266-2278) Direct TV 1-800-494-4388 Dish Network 888-284-7116 Mediacom 866-755-2225 Utilities ComEd 800-EDISON-1 (1-800-334-7661). Nicor 888-NICOR4U (888-642-6748) Waste Management (800) 796-9696
Switch charges automatically billed to your old debit card
Contact the company that you have authorized to receive payment through your old debit card and tell them to debit your new Allied First Bank VISA Debit Card instead. They will need your new card number and expiration date. You can use our Automatic Withdrawal Change Form.
Let outstanding checks and automatic withdrawals clear your old account. Leave enough money in the account to cover your outstanding checks. It may take several weeks for everything to clear.
- Close your old account
Ask your old financial institution to close your account
Request a check for your remaining balance. Use the Close Account Form and give it to your financial institution
Destroy your checks and ATM/Debit cards from your old financial institution
Be sure to cut up credit cards and shred checks from your old financial institution