Join us for the American Cancer Society's "RELAY FOR LIFE".
June 7th - 8th, 6:00 PM - 6:00 AM at Halliburton Stadium.
Join our TEAM "Eagles For Cancer Research" Go to our links page for more information and to join.
For Lost or Stolen Debit Cards Reporting, Please use one of the following numbers;
During business hours call us at 580-228-2326
You may also call 800-523-4175 to report lost or stolen cards.
Notice of Changes In Temporary FDIC Insurance Coverage For Transaction Accounts
* All Funds in a "noninterest bearing transaction account" are insured in full by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from December 31, 2010 through December 31, 2012. This temporary unlimited coverage is in addition to and separate from the coverage of at least $250,000 available to depositors under the FDIC's general deposit insurance rules. The term "noninterest bearing transaction account" includes a traditional checking account or demand deposit account on which the insured depository institution pays no interest. It also includes interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts(IOLTAs). It does not include other accounts such as traditional checking or demand deposits that may earn interest, NOW accounts, and money-market accounts. For more information about temporary FDIC Insurance coverage of transaction accounts visit the FDIC website. A link to their site may be found on our links page.
For Information on our EFT disclosures and Security while using our online Banking system, please go to our links page.
Also watch for important information that we post below.
We have added a service to monitor for potentially fraudulent transactions using your debit card. You may receive a call asking you to verify if a recent purchase was authorized. The caller will identify themselves as being with First Farmers National Bank and WILL NOT ASK for any personal financial information. This new service is to monitor for potential fraudulent activity. You will only need to respond if the transaction was or was not authorized. If you receive a call asking for any personal information, account number, full social security number, etc. Hang up and notify us. Go to our "links" page for additional information.
NEW SECURITY ALERT 08/17/12
INDUSTRY REPORTS ARE ALERTING INSTITUTIONS TO
INFORM CUSTOMERS ABOUT DEBIT CARD FRAUD INCREASE.
An increase in fraud is currently underway. These have been tracked to ATM and Pay at Pump Skimmers. Monitor your debit card activity. Examine any ATM's and Pay at Pump locations carefully. If something looks tampered with or if it appears that something has been added to the device. Alert us or a store clerk and do not use the device.
Round 2 of the online updates is now complete. We have
added text messaging as an alert option. You can now set
up multiple alerts for items in your account as well as
reminders. Many options are available to you. Look at the
lower left corner of the main page and select alerts. You can explore this for now. We will soon have a guide online that will give you further direction. If you would like to
have your secure access code delivered by text message we will need to set that one up for you.
We have completed round 1 of updates to our online banking system.
Several new features are included with this update. Additional security features are included that will provide you with notification when certain activities are performed for example if your password is changed along with many others that you can add. Other updates include enhanced operations. We have posted instructions below that will explain how to use these new features. Please download the file and print the instructions so that you can get the most from these updated features. You can also pick up a printed version the next time your in the bank.
For a pdf file please click on the link below
Onlinebanking update (pdf file)
More Features will be added as we move forward. Stay Tuned!
The following Alert was posted several months ago. We believe it is very important and hope you will take the time to read and see how it may impact you.
Be aware of attempts to gain your financial login information. Social Media like Facebook and others are being targeted in order to gain your financial login information. Please see the information we have posted on our "links" page for additional guidance. The most important thing for users of social media like facebook is to never use the same login credentials (user id and password) for your social media pages as you use for financial systems. IF you are please take the time to change your password for this online system. You may also contact us to change your User ID.
First Farmers National Bank
Again Rated 5 Stars by the independent agency --Bauer Financial. Strong and Safe, ready to meet the needs of our Customers. We want to be your bank.
The Go Local campaign is about doing business locally. Whenever possible, keep your business local. Shopping locally is good for your community and benefits you as well. Banking with a community bank like First Farmers also benefits you. Better service at Lower costs. Let us show you how much better banking can be.