Online Banking Information
With Online Banking at Farmers Bank, you'll experience the convenience of banking from the comfort of your own home or office.
Online Banking FAQ:
How do I sign up for Online Banking through Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri?
To sign up for Online Banking, click here. You will need your email address, phone number, and account number to proceed.
What are the criteria for my Online Banking password?
Your new password must contain:
- Between 8 and 16 characters
- At least one upper case letter, one lower case letter, and one special character
I have forgotten my password or typed it in incorrectly! What do I do?
You can call your local branch or 1-800-515-FBNM (3266) and we will be glad to assist you. For security purposes we cannot reset your password by email.
Is Mobile Banking available?
You can now access your Farmers Bank accounts on your mobile device through the Farmers Bank Mobile Banking App. You must be signed up for Online Banking to use the app. Download our mobile banking app here.
Do you offer Mobile Check Deposit?
Mobile Deposit is available through the Farmers Bank Mobile Banking App by request. Please call or visit one of our convenient locations to request Mobile Deposit.
I am receiving errors while making a Mobile Deposit. What do I do?
Please make sure the photo of the check you are depositing is clear and is centered within the white border lines. You must take a photo of the front and back of the check. The back of the check must show the endorsement clearly which should include:
- Your signature
- “FOR DEPOSIT ONLY”
- Your account number
Do not check the box to indicate remote or mobile deposit.
Click here to view/download our Internet Banking Agreement.
To protect your computer and your personal financial information it is very important that you have virus protection installed on your computer. There are many free and paid versions out there! Once installed, make sure that whatever program you choose is set up to scan automatically and have it scanning often. In addition to virus protection, a malware scanner is great to help protect you.
Remember to never let an unknown person have access to your computer. Scammers have been known to call individuals claiming that their computer is infected with a virus. They then gain access to your computer and install software to steal your financial information. If you feel that this has happened to you, turn off your computer and contact a reputable, local computer repair business for assistance.