Mark your calendars for March 11!

Your banking experience is about to get even better.

This is an exciting time for Martinsville First customers!

We’re transforming your digital experience from the ground up—from strengthening your website security to a redesigned website, we’re excited to make banking with us easier and more convenient.


Our Enhanced Website:

From an expanded library of resources that help you reach your financial goals to easier navigation, our website is getting an exciting upgrade. Here is what you’ll see on March 11:

  • .bank domain: This secure domain provides an extra level of security and helps fulfill our commitment to our communities by putting our customers’ needs (that’s you!) first.
  • ADA widget: Our enhanced website is fully compliant and accessible to those with disabilities.
  • Financial tools and advice: Our financial resources are here to help you get all the information you need to reach your financial goals.
  • User-friendly navigation: Find what you need and explore our page quicker and easier than ever before.
  • Online chat: Get support on our website and within Online and Mobile Banking



.bank FAQ:

.bank is a gated domain, like .gov or .edu, but for verified banks. Replacing .com and .net, which can be purchased by anyone, .bank quickly verifies that the website or email is authentically from our bank, so you can interact with confidence when you see the ‘.bank’ at the end of our email addresses and website URL.

All banks are verified and authenticated by fTLD, the .bank administrator, prior to registering their .bank domain, and re-verified annually. This ensures everyone using a .bank domain is an eligible organization. Hackers and bad actors can’t get a .bank domain to create lookalike domains for phishing and spoofing, as they can in ‘.com’, ‘.net’, and other publicly available domains.

With the .bank visual cue in place, you can quickly confirm that our emails and website are real and you can avoid interactions that could lead to identity theft and financial fraud. This authentication is also an additional layer of protection for any communications that are sent between our internal and external teams, helping us further secure against potential breaches.

All banks within the .bank domain must also implement additional Security Requirements to help secure their sites and email, and protect them, their vendors and their customers from phishing, spoofing and other cyberattacks. All banks using .bank are monitored for compliance with these security requirements on an ongoing basis.
No action is needed on your part! The transition to will happen automatically on March 11. Beginning then, simply look for the ‘.bank’ to authenticate that the website is ours. Don’t forget to update your bookmark(s) to our site on or after March 11.
You’ll still get to our website even if you type in into your browser. All web traffic will be redirected automatically to
We will be transitioning to email addresses in the second half of 2024. Until that transition, you will continue to see emails coming from
The move to .bank is a business decision every bank must make, and plan for, based on its own priorities and resources. We decided it was a priority for us to enhance our security and provide our customers with an easy way to authenticate our email communications and website, so we’ve made the move to .bank.