Switch Kit

Thank you for your interest in making the switch to Famers National Bank. When it comes to financial institutions, we know you have many choices. That’s why we understand it’s about being more than just a bank. At Farmers, we strive to be and do more for our customers and communities. Unparalleled service and attention to detail with each individual customer is something that is not just a promise, it is an expectation that we embrace.


As you consider making the switch to Farmers, we can make the process virtually hassle free. Whether you have automatic deposits or debit payments from your current account, our Switch Kit will make it a breeze. Simply follow the steps laid out in this packet and should you have any questions, one of our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.



Open your new checking account at Farmers National Bank. Visit your local Farmers National Bank office and one of our customer service representatives will assist you with the process or take advantage of our online account opening.



Change your Direct Deposit information. By using our Direct Deposit Authorization form, you may notify your company or organization to change your direct deposit to Farmers National Bank. If you have Social Security or another government direct deposit, please use the Direct Deposit Sign-Up form provided.



Change your Automatic Payments or Withdrawals. By using our Automatic Payment Switch form, you may notify any third parties with whom you currently have automatic payments established of your new Farmers National Bank account number.



Stop using your old account. To protect yourself, do not close your old account until all your items clear.



Close your old account. Once all your items have cleared, use the Request to Close Account form to send to your old financial institution.


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If you need any assistance, we are here to help!  Please contact our Customer Service Center toll-free at 844.767.2311 or 877.862.9270 with any questions.