MOBILE BANKING FROM YOUR CELL PHONE
Mobile Banking allows you to receive up-to-date information on your cellular phone. You can check your balances, transfer money between your Gulf Coast Bank accounts, review recent transactions, receive account alerts and locate Gulf Coast Bank branches and ATMs.
To start using Mobile Banking, you must have: 1) A Gulf Coast Bank account, 2) A valid Access ID and password for Online Banking, 3) A cellular phone with internet access, 4) Sign up for Mobile Banking through your Online Banking Account. Mobile Banking is made to work with all types of phones that have internet access. To be sure you have access, you should check with your cellular phone provider.
To sign up for Mobile Banking, Click Here
Alerts allow users to have Online Banking send them customized notices regarding account activity and balances. There are several alerts to choose from, some of these are; Low Balance Alert, ATM Withdrawal Alert, Debit Card Transaction Alert, Daily Balance Notification and many more.
You can customize your alerts and turn them on or off at any time. Alerts can be sent directly to your cell phone by text message, to your email, or delivered to a message box in your online banking. There is no fee* for alerts, and you do not have to have Mobile Banking to receive alerts to your phone, email or message box.
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Mobile Banking is available with any Gulf Coast Bank Account and you must be signed up for Online Banking. Gulf Coast Bank does not charge a fee for using Mobile Banking or Alerts. However, customers may be subject to rate and internet-access fees charged by your service provider. Please check with your service provider for specifics on any fees and service charges.
To sign up for Alerts, Click Here
*Gulf Coast Bank does not charge a fee for using Mobile Banking or Alerts. However, customers may be subject to rate and internet-access fees charged by your service provider. Please check with your service provider for specifics on any fees and service charges.