The Ultimate On-Demand Service*

What is MobILITI?

Mobiliti gives you access to your account information from any mobile phone or tablet with text messaging, mobile web access, or through a downloadable App.

Imagine the convenience of viewing your account balances from your mobile device. Or viewing recent transactions. How about transferring funds between accounts, anytime, anywhere?

It also delivers the information you need, when you need it. Such as account alerts that send important text messages to your phone. You can even pay your bills from anywhere with our new mobile bill pay service, available to our online bill pay subscribers.

  • Mobiliti allows members to access their accounts using a mobile phone.
  • Account information can be accessed through text messaging, mobile web access or through a downloadable App.
  • Members can receive alerts on their accounts, view account, transfer funds and pay bills – all through mobile access.
  • Mobiliti delivers the highest level of security with multiple layers of authentication.  A personal password and phone activation code help to ensure member information is fully protected
  • The member must be enrolled in SAFENET to sign themselves up for this service.
  • Convenient
  • Services to match any level of mobile device
  • Easy to use
  • Security

>> Click here to see how to learn more about Mobile Banking

>> Click here to enroll in Mobile Banking

*Data Usage Disclaimer: This app is free for download; however, as with any app, your use of it may result data charges imposed by your mobile network operator or your internet service provider. You are advised to consult your mobile data or internet data plans to identify the charges which may be incurred prior to the installation and operation of the credit union’s app. The credit union is not responsible for data usage charges. In order for the app to operate fully, the device on which it is used may need to be connected to certain wireless and/or communication based technologies. There may be delays, limitations, and other problems inherent in the use of the internet and electronic communication, of which the credit union has no control.”