To contact F&M Bank

Main Office:

121 W. Pine Street

Lodi, CA 95240


1 (800) 888-1498

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Supported Browsers

To ensure that you have the best possible Online Banking experience, we support the most widely used browsers and platforms. Below are the most common browser-related questions and answers.

Supported Browsers Q&A

What types of Internet browsers can I use to access my accounts online?

We recommend one of the following supported browsers:

Recommended Browsers
Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) and Microsoft Edge - (current and prior major releases only*)
Firefox - (current and prior major releases only*)
Google Chrome - (current release only)
Safari - (only supported for Apple/Mac users - current and prior major releases only*) Safari will no longer be a supported browser for Windows users effective August 8, 2013. While Windows Safari users may still be able to access Online Banking, it is recommended that an alternate browser be utilized to ensure the best possible Online Banking experience.
Note: Other browsers may function but are not listed above as "recommended."

*Each time a new version of IE, Edge, Firefox, or Safari is released, support will cease on the third-oldest major version.

What if I am not using one of the supported browsers?

You may experience issues with Online Banking or be denied access. If this occurs, please download one of the browsers listed and attempt the action again.

Can I use a Beta version of one of the browsers above?

We do not recommend using a Beta version of any browser. When new versions of browsers are fully tested and deemed compatible with the Online Banking product, they will be updated on the supported browsers list.


The following types of tools and/or access are not recommended and may impact your Online Banking experience:

  • Accessing account via an embedded browser such as Personal or Commercial Financial Management Software (Quicken, Quickbooks, etc.)
  • Browser Bars within AOL, Yahoo, Google, etc…
  • Internet Portal access within gaming systems such as Xbox
  • Use of browser Add-Ins (Emoticons, FunWeb Services, etc..)