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Enrolling & Getting Started
Mobile Banking is a free, wireless internet-based service that allows you to do your banking safely and conveniently on your mobile phone or mobile device. With Mobile Banking, you can:
- View account balances
- View account transaction history
- Transfer funds between your HVFCU accounts (transfers to another member’s account are not available)
- Pay your bills
- View copies of cleared checks
- Find branches and ATMs (including surcharge-free ATMs)
- Get available account balances and conduct transfers via text message (Please refer to our our Quick Guide to Text Banking Commands and Shortcuts for additional information about how to use Text Banking)
Please note: Mobile Banking is not available for business accounts.
As of June 17, 2013, our Mobile Banking app has changed. If you used our app previous to this date, it will no longer work. To use Mobile Banking, you can download our app from the
Apple iTunes store or Google Play. Additionally, our Mobile Banking app uses the same username and password as our Internet Banking system, so you must first enroll and sign on to Internet Banking before using our app.
Mobile Banking can be accessed from any internet-capable mobile phones, Apple iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches, Android devices, or Blackberry devices.
If you have a Blackberry mobile phone or an older Android-based mobile device, you can use a mobile optimized version of our website by going to http://mb.hvfcu.org. From there you can check your account balances, make transfers, and access Bill Pay.
Mobile Banking is just as secure as our Internet Banking service. Mobile Banking is encrypted using the Wireless Transport Layer Security (WTLS) protocol, which provides the highest level of security available today. All data that passes between your mobile device and the wireless gateway is encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
Whenever you close the Mobile Banking application, you will be signed out of the service. No personal data is ever stored on your phone or mobile device, so even if someone has access to your phone or mobile device, no sensitive information would be available.
You can view joint accounts within Mobile Banking. To help distinguish your joint accounts you may consider giving your accounts different nicknames. To do so, sign on to Internet Banking and select “Account nicknames” from the “My Profile” menu.
Mobile Remote Deposit Capture
Members with HVFCU for more than 90 days that are in good standing and are enrolled in Internet Banking.
There is no charge for Mobile Remote Deposit Capture. However, mobile carriers may charge for internet access and/or text messages. Please check with your carrier for any charges that may occur based on the usage of HVFCU’s Mobile Remote Deposit Capture service.
You can deposit to any savings account, checking account, or money market account.
You are allowed $1,500 per day in deposits and up to $20,000 in deposits over a rolling 30 day period.
Standard check holds apply to your deposits. Please refer to the funds availability policy in our Truth in Savings Disclosure & Account Agreement.
Funds will be credited to your account within two business days of receipt if there are not any issues detected with the deposit.
Underneath your signature please write: “For Mobile Deposit.”
It is important to retain your checks for 62 days. After the 62 days, you should securely destroy them.
You can identify your Mobile Remote Deposit Capture transactions by the “SHARED BRANCH Mobile Deposit [Check Reference #]” description.
You will receive an email notification any time a check cannot be deposited using Mobile Remote Deposit Capture. A deposit may be rejected for the following reasons:
- The check is a duplicate.
- Daily or rolling monthly deposit amount limits have been reached.
- Two images of the same side of the check are submitted instead of one image of the front and one image of the back.
- The check image is out of focus.
- The view angle of check is too excessive.
- MICR line data cannot be recognized by the system.
- The amount of the deposit you enter does not match the numeric amount in the image of your check.
- The endorsement signature on the back is missing.
There is no fee to use Mobile Banking. However, there may be data charges associated with your phone or mobile device usage. Check with your mobile phone carrier for more information.
A data plan is typically needed to use Mobile Banking. Please check with your mobile phone carrier about the specifics of your data plan and any associated fees.
In order to access Mobile Banking via the internet on your mobile phone or device, you need to make sure you have data access through your mobile phone carrier. This may require you to purchase additional services through your carrier.
Our Internet Banking system and Mobile Banking app use the same username and password, so if you forget either of those, you can reset them online.
You can pay your bills through Mobile Banking. Your billers must first be set up within Internet Banking to be able to pay them through our Mobile Banking app.
Mobile Banking times out after ten minutes of inactivity. Account data is flushed as soon as it’s no longer needed, and all account data is flushed upon exiting Mobile Banking.
No confidential information is stored on your phone or mobile device. In the event that your phone or mobile device is stolen and someone gets access to it, no sensitive information would be available.
How do I update my phone number if it changes? How do I update my phone carrier, model, or manufacturer if they change?
For assistance with Mobile Banking, please call 845.463.3011 and select the option for Internet Banking support.