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We have many convenient locations near you.
Mayo/Corporate Office and ATM Location
340 West Main Street
Po Box 108
Mayo, FL 32066
Branford Office and ATM Location
103 SE US 27
Branford, FL 32008
Live Oak Office and ATM Location
106 Grand Street
US 129 N
Live Oak, FL 32064
Bell Office and ATM Location
1119 South Main Street
Bell, FL 32619
Beechville ATM Location Only
24836 County Road 49
Obrien, FL 32071
Committed to meeting the growing needs of our community with branches in Mayo, Branford, Live Oak and Bell.
Our mission is to become the most admired, respected and trusted financial institution in North Central Florida by treating our customers the way we would want to be treated, by delivering quality solutions with knowledge and efficiency, and by living our integrity every single day. If we do this, profitability and shareholder satisfaction will naturally follow.
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We have added another benefit to your Lafayette
State Bank Checking Account. You can now use your
ATM card at any Publix Super Market PRESTO! ATM
located throughout the southeast FREE! We have
joined the PREST0! Network which provides you with
over 1,100 ATM’s that are now available 24/7 for
your use at no charge.
Can’t find your debit card? Bank isn’t open?
Want to lock your card on your own?
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Download our FREE app today…SecurLock
For more information call or come in today
and speak with a Lafayette State Bank staff
Your security is our top priority and we want to help you stop fraud before it happens.
Always remember – LAFAYETTE STATE BANK representatives will never use phone calls, text messages or emails to ask for your account number, Social Security number, password, or PIN or to ask you to update or verify that information. When in doubt about any suspicious contacts, always call us at 386-294-1901 to verify.
Know the Red Flags
The most common types of scams will target you through fake emails, text messages, voice calls, letters or even someone who shows up at your front door unexpectedly. No matter which technique the scammer uses, you may be:
If you provide your information or money to a scammer, there is often little we can do to help get your money back — which is why knowing about (and defending against) scams is so important.
Become a Fraud Fighter
Lafayette State Bank is committed to protecting your money by bringing you the latest in fraud fighting measures. However, we cannot do it alone – here are some features we bring to you to help protect your money and not let the fraudsters win
Get LAFAYETTE STATE BANK SecureLockAlerts – you decide from several notifications to receive about your account.
Use Fraud Text Messaging (Opens in a new Window) – get real-time text alerts to approve or deny questionable debit card activity. Make sure we have your mobile number.
Use Apple Pay® & Google Pay™ in your mobile wallet – pay contactless on the go while leaving your card safely tucked away.
Use the Card Management function in your mobile app - turn your card off and on and set spending limits.
Find more tips and resources at www.ftc.gov/idtheft
Beneficial ownership reporting is a new rule issued by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) requiring business owners to provide personal identifiable information. Here’s what you need to know to make sure your company is in compliance.
What Is Beneficial Ownership Reporting?
Beneficial ownership information reporting requirements stem from the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), part of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020. While this legislation has been around for a few years, FinCEN, a bureau within the U.S. Treasury Department, recently issued a final rule establishing the beneficial ownership information reporting requirements, which take effect on January 1, 2024.
Where Can I Learn More?
You can find guidance materials and additional
information by visiting www.fincen.gov/boi
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Lost or Stolen Debit Cards
To report a lost or stolen debit card please call
Your privacy is very important to us. We would like to advise you that Internet email is not secure. Please do not submit any information that you consider confidential. We recommend you do not include your social security or account number or other specific identifying information.
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