Online/Mobile/Text Banking/ E-Statements/Bill Payer


  • Transfer funds

  • View cleared checks

  • Pay bills

  • View statements

  • Pay Loans/VISA

  • Receive e-alerts/ e-notices

  • Mobile Banking

  • Text Banking

The Identity Theft Resource Center, San Diego, Calif., recommends these best practices for mobile device users:

Password-protect your phone. Use a strong password (numbers, upper- and lower-case letters, and symbols).

      • Enroll in a backup/wiping program. This service backs up information on your smartphone to your home computer and “wipes” your phone if it’s lost or stolen.
      • Install security software. Companies offer antivirus, malware, and security software designed for smartphones. Make sure you download software updates.
      • Download apps from trusted sources. Some “bad apps” contain malware.
      • Do not access financial accounts from free, public networks. Public Wi-Fi hotspots are a prime target for hackers who then have direct access to your mobile device.