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President’s Day

In observance of President’s Day on Monday (2/17/20) FNB will not be processing transactions.

The bank will be open normal hours; however, all transactions will be considered Tuesday’s business.

Feel free to contact any of our branches with any questions or concerns.

Thanks for your business!

By |February 12th, 2020|News|

Tax Season Info

Welcome to 2020 and the opening of Tax Season!

FNB mailed End of Year forms on January 16, 2020 so be on the lookout for your 1099-INT, 1098-MTG, and/or IRA FMV statements.

If you DID NOT receive a form you were expecting, feel free to contact our Bangor branch for a duplicate form or specific amounts.

If you have FNB’s Online Banking you can also view interest paid/received amounts for specific accounts.

Simply click the account in your summary and browse to the Details section.

By |January 28th, 2020|News|

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday (1/20/20) FNB will not be processing transactions.

The bank will be open normal hours; however, all transactions will be considered Tuesday’s business.

Feel free to contact any of our branches with any questions or concerns.

Thanks for your business!

By |January 15th, 2020|News|

FNB TeleBanker

FNB is experiencing an outage on our phone banking service due to an upgrade. The service will be unavailable during the extent of the upgrade.

Updates will be posted as they become available as we are working diligently to get this upgrade finished.

Feel free to call any of the offices during business hours for inquiry or transfer needs.

If you do not already have FNB’s online banking service and need access during non-business hours, now may be the time to enroll!

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thanks for your business!

By |December 10th, 2019|News|

IRS Warns of New Email Scam

IRS Warns of New Email Scam

08/23/2019 02:26 PM EDT

Original release date: August 23, 2019

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a warning about a new email scam in which malicious cyber actors send unsolicited emails to taxpayers from fake (i.e., spoofed) IRS email addresses. The emails contain a link to a spoofed IRS.gov website that displays fake details about the targeted recipient’s tax refund, return, or account. The emails instruct the recipient to access their refund information by entering a provided password on the spoofed website. By entering the password, the victim unintentionally downloads malware that could enable the malicious cyber actors to take control of the affected system or obtain sensitive information.

By |August 23rd, 2019|News|