Why You Should Use Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit

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You are busy; life is busy. When an opportunity to make a large part of your life – like your finances – more efficient or easier, it makes sense to take it. State Bank offers two ways to make your financial management easier and faster: Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit.

 

Using Mobile Banking Makes Sense

Have you ever wished you could transfer money between your checking and savings account, pay bills or simply check your account balances from your phone? With Mobile Banking, you can do all of that, plus:

  • View your transaction history
  • Send money
  • Find information for our ATMs and branches

 

You also have the power to deposit checks without having to come to State Bank using the Mobile Deposit feature.

 

Using Mobile Deposit

Using Mobile Deposit from State Bank is a simple, five-step process:

  1. After launching the State Bank Mobile Banking App and selecting Mobile Deposit, take a picture of the front of the check.
  2. Flip the check over, endorse it with your signature AND “For Mobile Deposit Only”, and take a photo of the back of the check.
  3. Type in the amount of the check.
  4. Select which checking or savings account you want it deposited to.
  5. Submit the deposit and relax as your money is deposited electronically into your account.

 

All you have to do in order to use Mobile Deposit is have an Online Banking account with State Bank and use Mobile Banking. Also, be sure to view our online demo to get the most out of Mobile Banking.

 

Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit are secured behind multiple layers of authentication and security. Since setting up Mobile Banking requires a personal activation code and password, you can rest assured knowing your information won’t end up in the wrong hands.

 

Put the power of Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit to work for you today. If you want to sign up for Mobile Banking, simply login to your State Bank Online Banking account, select “Mobile Banking” and then “Sign Up.” You can sign up for Mobile Deposit here.

 

If you have any questions regarding Mobile Banking or Mobile Deposit, please feel free to contact State Bank.

 

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