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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

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How do I edit or delete an External Transfer?

To delete or edit a scheduled external transfer, click on the “All” tabs within your online banking account followed by “Transactions”, and “Scheduled External Transfers”. Then select the “edit” or “delete” links next to the desired transfer to make your change.

How do I remove an External Transfer account?

To remove an external transfer account from your online banking profile, you will need to send us a secure message request from within your online banking or call the customer Contact Center. To process your request, you will need to provide the external bank name and the account number.

What is an External Transfer?

An external transfer is a service that allows you to move funds between accounts you have with us and accounts you hold with another domestic financial institution.

Can I manage my account online?

Yes. Once your account has been activated, you will receive an email with information and links to access and manage your account(s). You’ll be able to customize your Online Banking experience, review and update your account(s), view statements, and see recent activity.

How can I make deposits to my account?

Deposits can be made via funds transfer (ACH), mobile deposit via our mobile app, incoming wire (no fee), or by mailing a check to us. There is no limit to the frequency of deposits.

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