Farmers and Merchants Bank of South Carolina is proud to announce our new ATM located at 102 William Clark Boulevard, Santee, South Carolina.
Farmers and Merchants Bank of SC does not conduct any phone surveys. Should you be contacted by someone who indicates that they are representing Farmers and Merchants Bank of SC, please hang up and contact your local branch office.
If you receive a message via email or text stating "BANK NOTICE Your VISA debit/cards has been
Please call VISA reactivation line (803) 720-5155." THIS is a SCAM! Please do not give
out any personal information. We have no control
over this message being sent out.
SECURITY INFORMATION ALERT!
We have made a decision to block all authorizations that may
be attempted on your VISA Debit cards from foreign countries.
If you are traveling to a foreign country please contact your
If you are traveling within the United States
we have blocked specific merchants from accepting signature
swiped transactions. To avoid any transaction issues
please use your pin number at all point of sales.
Any further issues please contact your local branch.
Interest rates on mortgage loans are subject to change due to market
Please call 803-496-5945 for our current rates.
Welcome to Farmers and
of South Carolina
Since 1912, Farmers and Merchants Bank of South Carolina has remained a strong driving force in our community and prides itself in being a local, independent financial institution which desires to serve each customer as an individual.
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