New Year Skip-a-Pay

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Continue the celebration with New Year Skip-a-Pay

Ask a Customer Service Representative about skipping your First Financial car or other consumer loan payment in January 2018.

New Year Skip-a-Pay is available to First Financial Bank loan customers only. Certain restrictions, eligibility requirements and a $20 processing fee may apply. This offer is not available for commercial loans, real estate-related loans or credit cards. Skipping a payment will result in the maturity date of the loan being extended for one month and interest will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance.

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  • We will never send you an email requesting your password, user identification number, PIN, account number(s), or social security number. First Financial Bank does not use email to request our customers' personal information.
  • If you receive a suspicious email or telephone call, please contact First Financial Bank's Customer Care Center at (800) 511-0045. This is a toll-free number. and you may leave your name and telephone number so that we can contact you for further information.
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  • If you suspect that you have received a suspicious or fraudulent email using the First Financial name, please forward the email to, then delete it immediately.

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