January 31, 2011

Three Great Options for Banking On-the-Go


Our mobile banking options allow you to access your accounts anytime.

Mobile Web
Our mobile website provides a streamlined user experience customized for mobile browsers. Just go to LMCU.org on your mobile device and you will be automatically redirected to our mobile website.

eAlerts and Text Banking
Sign-up through Home Banking to use simple text messages to access information about your accounts or create custom eAlerts to be sent to your cell phone, email, or both.

6 comments:

Walter said...

Those are two great options, not three.

Jason said...

Is there a URL for the mobile site? I'm not being redirected on my Palm Pre. The browser has the user agent of WebOS.

LMCU said...

Hi Walter, eAlerts and Text Banking while similar are two different functions.

1. Mobile Web
Our mobile website provides a streamlined user experience customized for mobile browsers. Features include:

2. Text Banking
With LMCU's text banking, use simple text messages to access information about your accounts. Learn more about it below.

Quick - Obtain real time account information including balances on shares or payments and due dates on loans.
Secure - no personal account information such as name or account numbers are used.
Free – available to all LMCU members at no cost (your carrier’s normal data and text message
rates apply).
To enroll in text banking, login to Home Banking and select Text Banking Setup from the top right-hand menu.

3. eAlerts
Sign up through Home Banking to create custom eAlerts to be sent to your cell phone, email, or both. Below is a list of our available options.

Low Available Balance
Negative Share Balance
Courtesy Pay
Overdraw Transfer
Direct Deposit Received
Specific Check# Cleared
Large Debit Card Purchase
Mailing Address Change
Automatic Withdrawal
CD Matured
NSF Fee
To setup eAlerts, login to Home Banking and select eAlerts from the left-hand menu.

LMCU said...

Hi Jason the URL is mobile.lmcu.org

Anonymous said...

I really like the mobile site! About the only suggestion I would have is that once you log in, it brings you to the standard site for your account information (which on an iPod Touch means a lot of zooming and scrolling). If there was a way to make the account screens a little more mobile friendly, it would make a great thing even better!

LMCU said...

We are looking at our Home Banking interface this next year. Among other improvements, hope to make it easier to navigate on smart phones... We'll keep you posted.

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