You can deposit a check whether you’re on the bus, on your couch, or anywhere else.
It’s easy to bank wherever you are with your mobile device. Our Mobile Banking App is available for free through the App Store™ or Google Play™. Once you have installed the App, register your device and login with your Online Banking credentials.
To register your device, you will need your member number, the last four digits of your Social Security Number, and your date of birth. Your member number can be found on your statement or when you log into Online Banking.
Manage Your Accounts
Manage your accounts, view transaction histories and schedule transfers. Use the search feature to find specific transactions.
Quickly and easily deposit checks by taking a photo with your mobile device with Mobile Check Deposit.
Questions? Check out our Mobile Deposit FAQ’s.
Pay all of your bills from one application in just minutes. Schedule and track payments.
Pay your bills by taking a photo. Simply snap a picture of your bill with your mobile device, set the pay date, confirm payment information, and submit your payment!
Switch your Debit or Credit cards on and off with the swipe of a button. If your card has been lost or stolen and you need it deactivated ASAP, use our app to temporarily deactivate your card. Or, for increased security, keep your card turned off until you are ready to use it.
Security & Account Alerts
Monitor your account easily by setting up email notifications that will inform you if a specific event occurs on your account or within the Trailhead Mobile Banking app.
Enjoy customization and ease-of-use
Customize your settings to make the app even easier to use:
- Change the order that accounts are listed, hide or show accounts, or give accounts nicknames.
- Save Username securely stores your Username on your device for future login sessions.
- PIN Login lets you login to login to Mobile Banking with a 4-digit PIN rather than entering your username or password.
- Auto Login feature, lets you check balances at a glance without having to log in, if you don’t want to.