Where is First National Bank Corporate office Headquarters

First National Bank Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 7818 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68114, United States

  • Phone Number:
    +1 402-602-2866

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 6,000

  • Established: 1857

  • Founder: N/A

  • Key People: Clark Lauritzen (President)

First National Bank Headquarters Location & Directions

First National Bank Headquarters Executive Team



Jacques Celliers

Chief Executive Officer

William B. Littreal

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President

About First National Bank, History and Headquarters Information

Founded back in 1857, First National Bank has maintained its commitment to helping to build strong communities. They look upon themselves as a local and humble bank that has understood the needs of the community and tries to work on them.

They exist to embrace the community’s vision. Two brothers, Herman and Augustus Kountze, established this bank as an innovative and visionary organisation.

They have been among the first banks to issue credit cards in the U.S. being the largest privately held bank in the nation; they are highly competitive and strive for the good of the community. The bank offers all kinds of personal and commercial or business services that anyone would need.

Visit there or contact them at the following address:

7818 Cass St, Omaha, NE 68114, United States.

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  • Michelle Schade says:

    I have only been with this bank for 4 months and my account is messed up. I’ve called customer service twice and both times I was reassured that they fixed the problem. It’s not and there is no one that can seem to correct it properly. I am so annoyed!!

  • Michelle St John says:

    I have had an FNBO credit card for 10 years. Last February I did a balance transfer. When my other CC didn’t receive the funds, I called FNBO and spoke to many agents whom told me that the money was sent and that it was the other CC problem that they couldn’t find the payment. For 3 months I fought with my other CC only to find out that FNBO sent the payment to the WRONG place even though it was confirmed that I entered every thing in correctly. Have been working with Lorri, she had done nothing to help my case. Fast forward to Oct 25, I got angry on the phone with her until she finally gave me “provisional credit”. Won’t let me speak to her manager (Karen) or anyone else. Sent a certified letter to @ClarkLauritzen and no reply. They are only going to give me back the interest Ive been paying on it for 6 mo! Anyone know a good lawyer? WORST BANK EVER! 402-602-7462 This is the number to the ONLY help line they have.

  • Doug Galderisi says:

    I called customer service to get my total balance on my card last month . After many prompts on phone I finally got sent check and I thought that would zero out my card . Boy was I wrong . Next I voice I just got they added a 30.00 late fee and some other fees that they say now I owe over 60.00. I called customer service again spoke to rep and a manager and both told that there service that gave me that info was wrong ..so no they want to punish me fuck you !!!

  • Gregory DeRock says:

    i have tried over two dozen times to contact your customer service. i want to be able to access my bp account on line. you will not accept my account number nor password. please have someone contact me via email only, no phone calls or text. i will provide further information in response. i am a paralyzed vet and even this email exhausts me. please respond soon. thanks

  • Charlene says:

    You are a bank with no heart . I have been a customer for 30 yrs with your bank. Never missing a monthly payment. My husband has suffered two very severe strokes leaving him disabled and learning to speak read and write all over again. Plus he also had a heart attack requiring a defibulator to keep his heart functioning. I reached out to ur bank a few times asking if there was a hardship program to lower monthly payments and interest rates for clients like me continuing to pay my card every month and not fail into delinquentcies. Well after many phone calls you do not offer any help whatsoever for a situation like mine. You would rather allow the account to fall delinquent rather than be paid at a slower more affordable rate. Our income is protected as we collect disability and social security. We rent where we live our cars are fifteen years old. There is nothing you can take from us no matter how often you wish to sue us. You will not be able to reach us by phone. You cannot confiscate anything on the premises as we do not own anything on the premises. So would you rather not get paid at all or would you rather work on something more affordable for me to continue to pay you? That is my question for first national bank of omaha. I see you also have a Facebook account that I will also use for communication. You should reevaluate your procedures during this high inflation economy heading into a recession. There aren’t many choices as you can see!

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