Cattle-Locations

Internet Banking

How do I enroll for Internet Banking?

To enroll for Internet Banking you will need to complete a one time enrollment form which is available on the Fort Davis State Bank homepage below the login box or you may click here. To complete this form You will need the following:
Fort Davis State Bank account number and your Social Security Number.

What is Internet Banking?

Internet Banking is a free service that allows Fort Davis State Bank customers to access account information and complete account transactions online. You can log in to Internet Banking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any computer that has Internet capabilities.

How do I change my password?

You can change your password anytime by clicking on "security" under the preferences tab inside of Internet Banking.

What if I forget my Password?

After entering your username on the Fort Davis State Bank homepage and clicking "Log in" you will then need to checkmark the box that says "I forgot my password" and then you will be able to proceed with a forgotten password.

What is Internet Bill Pay?

Internet Bill Pay is a free internet based bill pay service that provies you the ability to make payments to anyone, anywhere in the United States from your Fort Davis State Bank account. Using Internet Bill Pay will not only save time, by not having to manually write checks it will also save money by reducing the number of stamps you would use and could potentially save in late fees.

Do I need to notify billers?

No. Once payments are setup the biller will receive a payment just like they would from you. Although please ensure that the correct account number and a current addresses are used.

What are Security Alerts?

Security Alerts are notifications automatically sent to you via E-Mail, Text Message, or a phone call when an event occurs that you have setup in your "alerts" profile. They will not at any time reference a name or account number. Being alerted promptly about changes or events can help you detect and stop potential fraud.

 
 

Agricultural Market

All products and services associated with the Agricultural Market are not FDIC insured, are not guaranteed by this financial institution, are not obligations of this financial institution, and involve risk including possible loss of principle.