Hauppauge, NY (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU) announces the launch of its Mobile Deposit program. Mobile Deposit allows members to deposit checks into their Share Draft accounts using their Android or iPhone via the TFCU Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit apps.
“The ability to make deposits via a smartphone is something that our members have been asking for and we are pleased to be able to make this program available to them, especially during this time of year,” said Robert G. Allen, President & CEO of Teachers Federal Credit Union. “We continue to provide convenient and secure services, while making life a bit easier for our members,”
TFCU members can sign up for Mobile Banking on the TFCU Online Banking site. Both the TFCU Mobile Banking and the TFCU Mobile Deposit apps will need to be downloaded in order to make deposits. The daily maximum deposit is $1,000.00 and the weekly maximum deposit is $5,000. Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit are free (barring standard data rates from the carrier) to all Online Banking members.
About TFCU: Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU), one of the country’s largest credit unions, is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution. TFCU was founded on Long Island in 1952 and now has over $4.7 billion in total assets, serves more than 227,000 members and has 23 full-service branches throughout Suffolk County including: Amityville, Bay Shore, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Central Islip, Commack, East Northport, Entenmann’s, Farmingville, Hauppauge, Holbrook, Huntington, Nesconset, North Babylon, Oakdale, Port Jefferson Station, Riverhead, Rocky Point, Selden, Shirley, Smithtown, South Setauket, and Stony Brook University (2). Members also have access to services at more than 4,900 shared service centers located across the country. TFCU offers financial services to all people and and businesses located in Nassau and Suffolk counties (excluding the townships of Southampton, East Hampton and Shelter Island). More information is available about TFCU by visiting http://www.teachersfcu.org or by calling (631) 698-7000.