~ App of the Week ~

Mobile Banking

Download a FREE app from your bank, like this one from Bank of America, so that you can use its GPS locator function to look for the closest ATM to you. Using this app you won’t have to deal with the pesky fees from out-of-network ATMs!

— Review account balances
— Pay bills and transfer funds**
— Calendar display for eBills and outgoing payments
— Find ATM and banking center locations using GPS, with no address input required***

— You’ll enjoy peace of mind, knowing you have the same level of security as Online Banking, including our Online Banking Security Guarantee.****
— Your personal information is protected by advanced encryption technology to help prevent unauthorized access.
— We are committed to protecting the privacy of your financial information. See the Privacy Policy for Consumers at www.bankofamerica.com.
— We use the same SiteKey® technology to verify your identity as we do for Online Banking, providing an extra layer of security for your peace of mind.
— SafePass® security is now available in the Mobile Banking App, just like in Online Banking.*****

*Must be enrolled in Online Banking.
**Must have transfers and Bill Pay set up previously in Online Banking. For accounts located in Washington or Idaho, Bill Payer is currently not available in the Mobile Banking App.
***Technology limited to locating ATMs and banking centers only.
****Please read “Your Responsibilities” in our Online Banking Security Guarantee to learn about important actions required to preserve your rights under the guarantee.
*****SafePass is not available with accounts in Washington or Idaho.

Check out these other FREE Bank Apps from Wells Fargo, Citibank, Chase and USAA.

Happy Mobile Banking!

Smartphones are everywhere!

Every Saturday morning we feature a different App of the Week!

We will feature apps that save us time and/or money and pass them along to you!

Please share your favorite apps with us that could be featured on True Couponing! Send your favorite app to [email protected] with “App of the Week” in the subject line.

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