The Convenience of Mobile Deposit is at Your Fingertips
We know how busy life can get, and depositing checks might be the last thing on your to-do list. We created Bank 1st Mobile Deposit with you in mind, taking the hassle out of depositing checks.
Bank 1st Mobile Deposit is:
Fast - Submit deposits and receive confirmation immediately that your deposit has been received
Convenient - Deposit checks anywhere, anytime.
Secure - Log-in security and data encryption ensures your information is always safe.
Accurate - When capturing images, our application automatically extracts payment data.
Easy - Just download the app and get started with our simple to follow instructions.
When You're Busy, Mobile Deposit is a Fast and Secure Solution
If you have a smartphone or tablet*, you are just a few steps away from being able to deposit checks when you want, where you want.
- Download the Bank 1st app by searching keyword "Bank 1st Mobile Banking"
- Open the App on your device
- Select Deposit Check
- Enter amount of check
- Endorse your check with signature and the words Mobile Deposit
- Take picture of front and back of check with your device
- Submit deposit
You will receive confirmation that your deposit has been received and will be reviewed.
*Apps are available for iPhone and Android devices.
For support, refer to our Mobile Deposit FAQ's, stop by our West Union downtown branch or give us a call.
Safeguarding Your Mobile Device
In today's world, your cell phone is used for more than just making phone calls. Because of this, we want to ensure you keep your mobile device secure. The following are the best practices to keep your finances and privacy confidential:
- Use your phone's/tablet's security features.
- Enabling a password or swipe pattern on your device can prevent unauthorized users from using it.
- Set your device to automatically lock after not being used for a period of time. The shorter the time setting, the more beneficial this feature will be in preventing unauthorized use.
- Keep your passwords secure.
- Do not share your device's password or mobile banking login credentials with other people.
- Do not write down your passwords or login credentials.
- Do not keep your passwords or login credentials on your device.
- Be careful when surfing the internet using your device.
- Mobile devices are just as susceptible as computers to malware, viruses, etc.
- Do NOT provide personal information (i.e. social security number, date of birth, etc.) or banking information (i.e. account number, PIN, etc.) over your mobile device (this includes text messages).
- NOTE: Bank 1st will NEVER request such information via your telephone.
- If you sell, trade or retire your device with the Bank 1st app installed, ensure you first remove the app.
- If you lose your phone, notify the bank immediately. We can disable your mobile banking so no financial or personal information is fraudently obtained.
- Monitor your accounts frequently.
- If you find activity of a suspicious nature, report it immediately.
- The sooner fraud is detected, the easier it is to recover any potential losses.