Send money to anyone online or through your mobile device.
Send money securely.
The easy way to send money securely from your checking account to just about anyone with an email or mobile number. Popmoney moves money directly from bank account to bank account. And receiving money is easy- recipients don't have to have an existing Popmoney account. All they need is a bank account, email, or mobile number.
Access Popmoney from your bill payment account. Popmoney provides an easier, faster, more secure way to send money, making it just as easy to pay a person as it does to pay a bill. Sending money to others is secure and costs a nominal fee- .50 for standard delivery. You can send the money "rush delivery" for .50 more. (Total of $1.00)
Take a look at the Cheat Sheets below for help with Bill Pay and Popmoney.
Getting your statements electronically helps to protect your identity. It's easy to switch to electronic statements; simply follow the steps below:
login to your Online Banking
click on Profile in the top right corner
under Electronic Statements click Manage Statements
Online Banking Security Tips and Best Practices:
Use one computer exclusively for online banking activities and a different computer to surf the web and check email.
Install anti-virus, anti-spyware, and other internet security software on your PC. Use it regularly and keep it updated.
Save frequently visited web sites in your favorites to avoid mistyping or being misdirected to illegitimate websites.
Use a current browser with phishing protection, web filtering, auto security update, and other safe site security.
Use a known search engine when unsure of a particular web site's address.
Do not respond to emails (or phone calls) asking for personal information such as account numbers, account info, social security number, etc. Financial institutions know this information and will never contact you to ask for your personal information.
Delete email from an unknown source immediately. Many email scams count on recipients to be curious and will use dramatic subject titles.
Do not reply or click on a link in an unsolicited email. If you receive an email that warns you that an account of yours will be shut down unless you reconfirm your personal information, contact the company cited in the email using a known telephone number or type the web site address into your browser by hand.
Create strong passwords- not easy to guess- using a mixture of letters, numbers, and special characters. Change your passwords often.
Always log off completely or close your browser after you are done using online banking.
If you notice suspicious activity in your accounts, report it immediately.
Don't open emails from unknown sources and don't open any attachments they may contain. They could contain a virus that is set to activate upon opening. When in doubt, delete the message without opening it.
Your credit score is more than just a number-it's a way for lenders to determine whether you are eligible for a loan, the amount of the loan, interest and your payment-important stuff when you are planning for your future.
Gain insight on establishing or rebuilding your credit, understanding your credit score and methods of reducing debt.
Improving your score
Educational videos from nationally-known financial expert Jean Chatzky
Helpful articles from our partner, SavvyMoney:
How to become a credit master
Credit Score 101
Stalk your credit score
And, as a customer of Community Savings Bank, you get your credit score for free.