Business Online Banking Update

Our Business Online Banking has been updated to version 6.0.  The new site will be launched on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.  We hope you enjoy the new, user-friendly platform and its added features.  If you need assistance please check out our tutorial or call us at (540) 473-2761.

New Hours at The Glebe

The Bank of Fincastle inside The Glebe retirement community will have the following new hours effective Wednesday, January 2, 2019.

Monday – Friday:  9am- 1pm

Come visit us and say hello to Jennifer Perkey, our new Universal Banker at The Glebe.

Please upgrade your iOS version to continue use of our mobile banking apps.

Please upgrade to iOS 10 or above on your Apple device. Beginning July 1, 2018 our Mobile banking apps for personal and business banking will no longer support older iOS versions. Our goal is to provide you with the best user experience in accessing our mobile banking apps.  We value your business at The Bank of Fincastle.  If you have further questions, please call 540-473-2761.

Security Update – Is your web browser supported?

We are updating our security settings for Personal Online Banking and Business Online Banking to make sure your bank accounts have the utmost security available. Windows operating systems less than Windows 7, Service Pack 2 will not be supported beginning April 9, 2018.  Supported web browsers include Internet Explorer 11, and the most current versions of Firefox and Chrome. Please contact a local computer service specialist in your area should you need assistance with updating your computer’s browser.

Equifax Data Breach Information


  • To see if you are potentially impacted click the Potential Impact Tab.
  • To enroll in complimentary identity theft protection and credit file monitoring services click on the Enroll Tab.
  • To learn more the above complimentary offering click on the TrustedID Premiere Tab.

Tech Support Scam

Public Service Announcement
Federal Bureau of Investigation
June 2, 2016

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is receiving an increase in complaints related to technical support scams, where the subject claims to be an employee (or an affiliate) of a major computer software or security company offering technical support to the victim. Recent complaints indicate…

Scams Targeting Senior Citizens

Have a special senior in your life, maybe your mom, dad, aunt, uncle or neighbor? Take a minute and review this information from the experts at The Bank of Fincastle, who see how fraud effects our customers each and every day.