Heartbleed Internet Bug
Farmers Bank is aware of the “Heartbleed” internet bug that has been widely reported in the media. Protecting your confidential information is one of our top priorities. Please rest assured that we are addressing this issue, and if any vulnerabilities are discovered, that we will let you know and they will be dealt with as quickly as possible. We can confirm that our Online Banking system has not been affected by the Heartbleed bug. Your Online Banking information is and has been secure. Your Online Banking username and password have not been compromised. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us. Further updates will be posted on our website as appropriate.
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04/07/14 - TABS Number Changing on April 8th, 2014
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02/19/14 - Food Drive Under Way - Benefiting Our Local Backpack Snack Programs
01/16/14 - Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week - January 13-17, 2014
11/20/13 - United Way Campaign in full swing!
08/13/13 - Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co. partners with Kentucky Small Business Credit Initiative Program
08/07/13 - 2013 Farmers Bank Summer Concert Series - Downtown Frankfort & Downtown Lawrenceburg
07/17/13 - 2013 Capital City Blues & River Festival - August 9, 2013
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05/03/13 - Wendy Napier receives the FCBC Success Award
04/30/13 - Run for Charity Facebook Contest
03/19/13 - Career Opportunities Available - Commercial Lender and Loan Operations Assistant
01/24/13 - Do you receive a paper check for your government benefits? Switch to Direct Deposit today
12/27/12 - Jo Ann Reynolds retiring after almost 34 years of service
12/20/12 - Nancy Gatewood retiring from Farmers Bank after 30 years of service.
11/16/12 - Phone Number Change for Electronic/Internet Banking Department
11/14/12 - Holiday Hours Announcement
11/13/12 - Jane Sweasy receives the FCBC Success Award
10/19/12 - VIDEO: Family Resource Centers say “Thanks” for participating our Backpack Food Drive.
09/19/12 - Franklin County and Frankfort Independent School Resource Centers receive donation from Farmers Bank
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04/26/12 - Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co. named Best Places to Work in Kentucky for 2012
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Do you receive a paper check for your government benefits? Switch to Direct Deposit today
If you get Social Security or other federal benefit payments by paper check, you are required by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to switch to an electronic payment method by March 1, 2013. Stop by one of our branches and we'll help you get signed up properly or check out some of these new videos that are available to help you switch to electronic Federal Benefit Payments

Source: U.S. Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service

Don’t wait – make the switch today. We can help! Watch these videos, which feature friendly Treasury customer service agents who can answer your questions.

• Why is the U.S. Treasury requiring electronic federal benefit payments?
• How will I know my money has been deposited?
• How does direct deposit work?
• Are electronic payments safe?
• How does the Direct Express® card work?

You can view the videos on GoDirect.org or by visiting its YouTube channel.

How to Make the Switch

Switch now to one of the two electronic payment options recommended by the Treasury Department: direct deposit to a checking or savings account or the Direct Express® Debit MasterCard® card.

It’s fast, easy and free. You can switch at your local federal benefit agency office, online at www.GoDirect.org or by calling the U.S. Treasury Electronic Payment Solution Center at (800) 333-1795. For direct deposit, you also can switch at your bank.

For more information, visit www.GoDirect.org



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