You may request a copy of your credit card agreements by logging into your online account and selecting the Submit Inquiry link from the left menu. Please ensure the correct account is selected in the drop down and click New Inquiry. This will create an entry form for you to select the type of inquiry (Other), enter the description of your inquiry (Ex: Send me a copy of my credit card agreements) and then select the Submit Inquiry button. You may also request a copy by calling Customer Service at 1-800-987-5521.
If your account has been charged off, you may request a copy of your credit card agreement in writing to First PREMIER Bank, PO Box 5524, Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5524 or by calling Customer Service at 1-800-987-5521.
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This field is case sensitive.
The Routing Number is located at the bottom of your check. It is the first set of numbers.
The Checking Account Number is located at the bottom of your check and is the second set of numbers.
Your password must be between eight (8) and twelve (12) characters long and contain at least one letter and one number. This field is case sensitive.
Enter the numbers that appear on the front of your credit card.
Enter the primary account holder's social security number. The primary account holder is the person who appears first on the billing statement.
Nickname for your checking account. This can be 5-25 characters.
If you only have a street address, use address line 1 and leave address line 2 blank.
If you have an Apartment, Building, Suite or PO Box number, enter this information in line 2.
Example of an address using both address line 1 and 2.
Your username must be between eight (8) and twelve (12) characters in length.
The Total Minimum Amount Due includes the Minimum Payment, any Past Due Amount and any Amount Over Limit Due, which is the amount by which the New Balance (from your most recent monthly statement) exceeds your Credit Limit.