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Your Health And Safety Is Our Priority

We are actively monitoring the changing situation around the upper respiratory flu like illness currently being monitored nationally and internationally.  Our response teams across the bank are meeting regularly to ensure that we can continue to meet your financial needs. 


As part of that, we are coordinating with our suppliers and vendors to make sure that your service remains unchanged even as we remain in touch with authorities like the CDC and WHO to inform our decisions. 


We are also taking measures inside our branches to help contain the spread of this upper respiratory flu like illness, including providing latex gloves and sanitizing wipes for employees, hand sanitizing stations for customers, employee training on social distancing and conducting enhanced cleaning procedures in line with recommendations from the CDC.

 

 

Ways you can help:

1.

Stay up to date. For more information on this upper respiratory flu like illness, including actions you can personally take to help stop the spread of respiratory diseases, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

2.

Access your account from home 24/7 using the Mebanking Mobile App or MeBanking Online Banking.  

3.

If you do need to visit a branch location, first confirm the hours of operation. Use our branch and ATM locators to find the branches nearest you along with their most current hours of operation.

 

Farmers and Merchants Bank and The Bank of Fayetteville are committed to being a responsible partner in the communities we serve. Rest assured that we are taking every measure to limit the impact of contagious diseases on our operations while safeguarding employees and customers alike.

We will provide updates and any branch hours of operation changes on the News Resources section of our website at Mebanking.com

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