NetTeller Internet Banking allows you to access your accounts 24 hours a day from your computer, wherever you might be and get up to date information at the touch of a button. Avoid late fees and enjoy hassle free bill paying from the convenience of your own home, office or even on the road.
Bank with Confidence
At The Bank of LaFayette you can "Bank with Confidence", enjoying the same level of security and customer service that has enabled us to remain your trusted hometown bank for over 100 years! Since 1899, the Bank of LaFayette has had a rock-solid commitment to our customers in the LaFayette, Georgia, and surrounding area, through financial strength and unmatched customer service.
The Bank of LaFayette is also your Full Service Bank with three locations, four ATM locations, and all of the other services you expect from an independent, hometown bank. From simple checking accounts to complex financial portfolio management, The Bank of LaFayette stands ready to help you with all of your banking needs.
Thank you for visiting our web site. We encourage you to continue to browse through our site and we hope you enjoy your visit. We would also like to extend an invitation for you to come by and visit us in person at any of our convenient Bank of LaFayette locations.
Mobile Banking is now available for your smartphone for users of the iPhone and Android operating systems. There is no charge for using this feature but you do have to be signed up for our NetTeller Online Banking service.
You will be able to view your account balances, make transfers and use Bill Pay*. All the features of NetTeller are accessible now on your phone, at your convenience wherever you are. Visit the App Store from your iPhone or Google Play from your Android device and search for "Bank of LaFayette". Then just download and install The Bank of LaFayette Mobile Banking App and stay connected to your accounts.
FDIC Consumer Newsletter Highlights New Rules and Tips for Mortgage Borrowers
For anyone thinking about buying a home or shopping for a mortgage, the Fall 2013 issue of FDIC Consumer News features an overview of important rules taking effect soon that are intended to protect consumers from risky loans. The coverage includes practical tips when shopping for a loan and for avoiding mortgage scams. Additional articles offer suggestions on options to consider if an institution turns you down for an account based on a report of a previously closed checking or savings account, as well as information on using a financial institution’s social media site to communicate or conduct business with a bank. This issue also marks the 20th anniversary of the FDIC newsletter.
The latest issue can be read or printed online at www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/news/cnfall13.
The Redesigned $100 Note
Know Its Features. Know It's Real.
October 8, 2013
The redesigned $100 note begins circulating today. Distance, demand, and the policies of individual financial institutions will be the deciding factors in how quickly redesigned $100 notes reach businesses and consumers, both in the U.S. and in international markets. Find out more >>