Routing Number and Direct Deposit
What is the routing number for Climate First Bank?
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The Climate First Bank routing number is 063117011.

How do I set up direct deposit?
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Signing up is easy:

  1. Contact your employer or other payment source and request a direct deposit form.  Your employer might require more paperwork on their end and maybe a voided check to process your request.  Government agencies have specific phone numbers for you to call directly.  Please refer to the specific agency website.
  2. Fill in all of your information. You will need to provide the type of account (checking or savings), your account number and routing number (063117011).
  3. Ask your employer when to expect the first payment.  Login to your Climate First Bank account online to verify the posting.
Wire Transfers
What are the incoming domestic wire instructions?
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Incoming Domestic Wire Transfer
Climate First Bank
5301 Central Ave
St Petersburg, FL 33710
ABA or Routing #063117011

What are the incoming international wire instructions?
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US Correspondent Bank:

First National Bankers Bank
600 University Park PL
Birmingham, AL 35209

US Correspondent ABA: 065403370

Swift Code:  FRNAUS44

 Beneficiary Bank:

Climate First Bank
5301 Central Ave
St Petersburg, FL 33710

Beneficiary Bank Account #: 063117011

Reference Information: For further credit to Customer Name and Customer Account Number (Required)

Please contact Climate First Bank at 727-335-0500 for further assistance.

Debit Cards
How do I activate or re-pin my debit card?
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To activate your debit card, please follow the instructions below:

  • To activate your card, please call 1-877-205-1605.
  • Continue to follow the voice prompts to set your Personal Identification Number (PIN).
  • After setting your PIN, you can begin using your debit card.
  • You may also call this number if you ever want to reset your PIN to a new number.
If I'm traveling, can I still use my debit card?
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  • Yes, it is a best practice to notify us at least 48 hours prior to traveling so that we can ensure that your card does not get blocked.
  • Please login to Online Banking and send us a secure message with your card number, travel dates and the location you are traveling to ahead of time.
What do I do if I’ve lost or someone has stolen my debit card?
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Call us at 1-833-933-1681 to report the card lost or stolen and to order a replacement card.

Are there any countries where I can't use my debit card for purchases?
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Yes. To protect our customers, we have blocked some countries that have experienced high fraudulent activity. Please login to Online Banking and send us a secure message with your card number and the country of any failed transaction, and we will enable that country for your purchase.

What do I do I if I have a transaction on my card that I do not recognize?
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Call us at 1-866-279-1399 to review the transaction and to file a dispute if necessary.

Loans
How can I make my Climate First Bank loan payments?
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You can make your loan payments in a variety of ways:

  • You can choose to have your payment drafted from your checking/savings account with Climate First Bank or another financial institution.
  • If you have a checking or savings account with Climate First Bank, you can make payments from your Climate First Bank deposit accounts by logging in to your Climate First Bank online banking account.
  • If you have Climate First Online Banking, you can also use Bank to Bank External Transfers to make a transfer from your non-Climate First account to your loan to make a payment.
  • You can mail your payment to Climate First Bank: Climate First Bank 5301 Central Ave St Petersburg, FL 33710
How do I submit a dispute of what Climate First Bank is reporting to a consumer reporting agency?
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If you disagree with what the Bank is reporting to a consumer reporting agency (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax, or ChexSystems), please submit your dispute to:

Attn: Consumer Reporting Disputes
Climate First Bank
5301 Central Ave
St Petersburg, FL 33710

Please include the account number, the agency reporting the information you are disputing, the exact information you are disputing, and the reason you think the information is incorrect.