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Community banking since 1925


What To Do When Suspicious Activity Is Observed 


Please remember that the protection of your personal and financial information is of the utmost importance to The First National Bank of Mount Dora. Therefore, employees of the bank, or any of its affiliates, will never ask you to provide account information via the internet or telephone. If you have received any telephone calls or e-mails prompting for this information please report them immediately to our Security Officer.

FNBMD Security Officer
Tommy Stephens, VP
(352) 383-2111

If you have responded to a phone call or e-mail (or website) of this nature please notify FNBMD immediately so that proactive measures can be taken to ensure the security of your account and relevant information.


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Identity Theft - What to do

Personal Information Safety Tips


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