Security Center

Privacy & Security

There are many ways people may try to defraud you or get your personal information to try to use your identity illegally. Many of these scams are online based. FMB does not ask for your account or confidential information unsolicited by phone, email or text. If you receive an email that you suspect is fraudulent, regardless of the alleged sender, DO NOT RESPOND to the email. Contact us immediately. Suspicious e-mail can also be forwarded to and complaints should be filed with the State Attorney General’s Office or through the FTC at

FMB provides resources to help keep you protected online. Visit the Security Alerts section of the site to view news about fraud attacks against FMB. You should also review the Anti-Phishing Working Group site to read about other phishing and spoofing attacks reported in the industry.

Safe E-Banking

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Helpful Website Links

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Electronic Banking


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