Life Is Mobile…So Are We
First of all, you must be signed up for eBranch before you can sign up for Mobile Money. Click here if you need to do that.
Step by step instructions for signing up for Mobile Money:
- Log in to eBranch on your computer but have your phone nearby
- Once in, click on the “Self Service” tab
- Click “Mobile Money” and then choose “Sign Up”
- Read, then check the box to agree with the terms & conditions. Click “Continue”
- Next you will choose which type of service(s) you would like and click “Continue”
- Mobile Browser Banking – if you have a smartphone
- Text Banking – if you have a text-only phone
- Alert Banking – if you want to receive alerts for deposits or low balances.
- Select your time zone and enter any account nicknames (so you know which account is what) and then click “Continue”
- Enter your mobile phone number as shown (without hyphens or spaces)
- You should have received a text on your mobile phone with an activation code. Enter it on this next screen and hit “Activate”
- If you selected Mobile Browser Banking, you should receive another text. This one has your URL in it. Click on it and open it up. You will want to bookmark this so it’s easy to access. If you would prefer to have an icon on your home screen, click the button below for instructions on how to setup a shortcut on an iPhone and Android.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Mobile Money
Wait, what is Mobile Money?
Isn’t there an app?
No, but you don’t need one! If you want an icon on your phone’s home screen for quick and easy access to your Mobile Money URL, click the “Get an Icon!” button above.
Do I need to have a smartphone to use Mobile Money?
Nope! There’s a text-only version that works pretty slick. It lets you text “BAL” to get your balance and “HIST” to get your account history…pretty nifty, huh?
Can’t I just log on to eBranch on my phone instead of messing with Mobile Money?
Sometimes this works and sometimes it’s a crap-shoot so we recommend using Mobile Money if you are using a mobile phone or a tablet. eBranch is much more behaved on desktop computers since that’s what it was designed for.Disclosures