Farmers & Merchants Savings Bank



Speedy Drive Up Banking Tips


Consider these guidelines while banking through our drive-up.   Your trip will be more efficient and you will spend less time waiting in line.

  1. Have your deposit ticket completed prior to reaching the teller instead of the teller completing it for you.  Use the personalized deposit tickets that are included with your packet of personalized checks, or ask the teller for a few blank deposit slips to use the next time you come through.  Ask if you need help in filling out the deposit tickets the first time.  We would be happy to help.
  2. We all need cash from time to time from our checking account.   You should be writing out your personalized check payable to “cash” before you get to the teller window.   Waiting until you get up to the teller than requesting that the teller fill out a debit memo from your checking account and then sending it out for your signature takes time and increases the chances of errors.

We can understand the appeal of our drive up and want to keep it moving for all. These two guidelines will help tremendously in keeping the drive-up lanes running efficiently.  Watch for our new tube receptacle coming soon!  We should be back to two open lanes shortly.




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