FirstMerit becomes Huntington
on February 21.

We look forward to serving you and delivering the many strengths and opportunities of our combined organization. This site provides lots of helpful information about your transition to Huntington, including a Transition Calendar, Top Things to Know & Do, user guides, and other details specific to you and your accounts as FirstMerit and Huntington merge systems and branches on February 21. You’ll begin to get a sense of who we are as well – including our strong commitment to looking out for our customers.

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Questions We Hear The Most...

When will the merger be completed?
FirstMerit Bank is now part of The Huntington National Bank but will continue to operate independently until bank systems integration occurs on February 21, 2017.

Mortgage systems conversion occurs on March 4, 2017.

Please continue to bank with FirstMerit as you usually do.
Will there be any changes to my account(s)?
As we integrate our systems on February 21, 2017, your accounts will be aligned with Huntington products that are similar to what you have currently. You will receive a Welcome Package containing detailed information early in January 2017, well in advance of any changes.

For now, it is business as usual and your FirstMerit accounts will remain the same. Please continue to use your same checks, credit and debit cards, and accounts as you always have, and continue to use FirstMerit branches for your banking needs. FirstMerit and Huntington are committed to making sure this will be a seamless transition for all of our customers.
Can I use a Huntington branch now to conduct my transactions with FirstMerit?
For now, continue to bank as you normally do with FirstMerit. Until we have our systems merged on February 21, 2017, please continue to use FirstMerit-branded branches to ensure your payments and deposits are timely credited.

You can now use Huntington ATMs to get cash without a fee.
When will I receive my Huntington debit card?
Continue to use your FirstMerit debit card until February 21, 2017. You will be receiving a new Huntington debit card by mail shortly before February 17, 2017 (provided you have used your FirstMerit card at least once in the past 12 months). Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) will remain the same.

If your current card is an ATM card, or if your debit card is tied only to a savings account, you will receive a Huntington ATM card.
When will I receive my new deposit account and routing number(s)?
Your FirstMerit deposit account and routing numbers will change when bank systems are merged on February 21, 2017. Until then, there is nothing you need to do.

You will easily be able to find your new deposit account and routing numbers at Huntington Online, on the Huntington Mobile app, or on your first statement from Huntington starting February 21.
Can I make a deposit at Huntington now?
For now, continue to bank as you normally do with FirstMerit. Until we have our systems merged on February 21, 2017, please continue to use FirstMerit-branded branches to ensure your payments and deposits are timely credited.
Do I need to order new Huntington checks?
No need to order Huntington checks for now. Continue to use your existing checks (FirstMerit, Citizen’s) until they run out.

The next time you reorder checks, after February 21, 2017, your checks will be updated with Huntington name and account number.
What will happen with my Online Banking and Bill Pay?
You can start banking online at huntington.com starting Tuesday, February 21, 2017.

Your transaction history and user and bill pay information, including bill payees and scheduled payments, will be transferred.

Watch your email in early February for more details.
Will I need to notify or change my Direct Deposit(s)?
You do not have to do anything – your Social Security, payroll, or other regular direct deposits will continue without interruption. Huntington will notify providers of automated deposits to your account of your new account number(s).
When will I receive my Huntington credit card?
Huntington MasterCard credit cards will be mailed in late February to cardholders who have used their FirstMerit credit cards within the past 12 months.

If you have arranged for recurring payments from your FirstMerit credit card, be sure to provide the merchants with your new Huntington card number and expiration date.
Can I use my FirstMerit ATM card with no fees at Huntington ATMs?
Yes. FirstMerit customers are now able to use their FirstMerit debit or ATM card to get cash at any one of Huntington’s 1,500 ATMs without a fee.
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2015 Greenwich Excellence Award for Small Business Cash Management Overall Satisfaction.

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