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Mobile Banking

  • Overview


    An intuitive banking experience.

    Make banking part of your lifestyle instead of a chore you take care of on weekends. Download our app, use our website in your browser, get alerts on your phone, and get basic data with a simple text.


    Simple and lightning-fast.

    Our mobile app for iPhone and Android lets you view balances, transfer funds, and pay bills. Cross “finances” off your to-do list while standing in line or sitting in your friend’s car.


    Deposit checks anytime, anywhere.

    No more running to the branch to deposit a check at the end of the workday. Get some time back with Express Deposit — a fast and easy way to deposit checks from your camera-equipped smartphone or tablet. Download our convenient mobile app to get started today.

    Download the App




    Only the notifications you want.

    Get alerts on your phone when your balance drops below a specified amount, when a check clears, or when a deposit is made. Pick the alerts you want to only hear about the things you care about.



    Get your balance with a text.

    Sometimes you need a quick answer and don’t want to sign into an app or pull up your web browser. Receive immediate account data by sending us a text instead.

    Set-up Instructions


    Get the App

    No waiting for web pages to load on your phone. A simple user interface, built for mobile.

    Get the App

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  • FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Money generally transfers in just a few days. You can request up to $1,000 in a day and $2,500 in 30 days, and you can send up to $2,500 in a day and $4,000 in 30 days.
    Nope! All the receiver needs is a bank account and an email address or mobile number. Popmoney takes care of the rest.  
    You can send and receive money from other people using Popmoney, which can be accessed directly from our online banking service.
    Click on the login for online banking and select “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password.”