To login to your account with First Security Islami Bank, Dhaka, Bangladesh internet banking, here is the link to the login page (https://ibanking.fsiblbd.com/iBankUltimus/LoginUI.aspx)
To open an account with First Security Islami Bank, Dhaka, Bangladesh internet banking, you will find under FSIBL i banking in the home page, a guidance from the bank which explains how you can have access once you become an internet banking customer.
Upon becoming an Internet Banking Customer, you have to fill up a registration form and FSIBL will provide a temporary password which will allow you to access your Account information. Use of the Password assigned to client will indicate your acceptance of the terms and conditions of Internet Banking Agreement. System will force you to change the temporary password during first login.
To download Registration Form and to know Terms & Condition Click where the bank is pointing according to the following screenshot:
Online Banking Awareness
Internet Banking Awareness
i. Do not access the login page via web site links provided in emails. Open a new web browser & enter the URL address of the FSIBL portal (https://ibanking.fsiblbd.com/iBankUltimus/LoginUI) directly into your web browser.
ii. Do not disclose your User ID or Password to anyone.
iii. You should memorize your password & never write it down anywhere or reveal it to anyone.
iv. Disable Auto-complete/Password storage in-browser.
v. Remember to sign off. You may not always be at your own computer when you bank online. Therefore, it’s important to sign off when you’re finished banking.
Features of FSIBL Online Banking
- Balance Inquiry
- Limit Inquiry
- Profit Details
- Term Deposit Details
- Investment Repayment Schedule
- Cheque Book Details
- Clearing Cheque Status
- Transaction Details
- Customer Information
- Statement Request
- Stop Cheque Request
- Address Change Request
- Cheque Book Requisition
- Password Change
- EMI Calculator
Last Updated on June 8, 2022
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