Online Banking 

Banking any way, anytime, anywhere! 

Our Online Banking gives you 24 hour, 7 days a week access to all of your consumer accounts from your phone, tablet or computer. Farmers Bank of Milton’s Online Banking combines convenience and flexibility while you easily conduct a wide range of personal banking transactions.

Coming soon...a new look and feel to our Online Banking.  For continued secure connectivity, please keep your browser on the latest versions.  Our new Online Banking release will require the following:

IE 11, MS edge, Safari 7.0, Chrome (current version) and Firefox (current version).

 

 

 

 

 

 

With Farmers Bank of Milton’s Online Banking, you can conveniently:

  • Review your deposit account information.
  • Review your loan account information.
  • Make transfers between deposit accounts.
  • Make payments to your FBM loans
 

Mobile Banking

Banking at your fingertips!

A new service offered by Farmers Bank of Milton, Mobile banking is just like our traditional website, only tailor-made for your smart phone or tablet.

  • Check balances and recent transactions
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Schedule bill payments
  • Receive text alerts and notifications
  • View images of your checks
  • Touch ID for "FBM Mobile"

It's our most convenient way to bank ever!

To ensure connectivity to your Mobile Banking App, please keep your operating system upgraded to the latest versions available.  Android KitKat (Level 20) and above or Apple IOS 8 and above.  Your device must support TLS v1.2 to meet the minimum standards for a secure connection to access Mobile Banking after June 25, 2017

Apple App Store Google Play Store

BillPay

New and Improved!

With our new BillPay system, you are able to pay all of your bills through Online Banking or through your Farmers Bank of Milton Mobile Banking app! Just set up the Merchant Accounts you wish to pay like loan payments, utility payments or the paperboy and our BillPay system will make the payment for you! You can pay any bills as you get them or set up recurring payments for the ones that are fixed amounts.

 

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