It’s like having Skyline National Bank in your back pocket.
You are always on the go, and, as your bank, we are too. With Skyline National Bank’s mobile banking application, you can access your accounts, make transfers, pay bills and deposit checks – all from your smartphone or tablet. We bring the bank to you…wherever you are! Within a few seconds, you can securely:
- View your balances and recent transactions
- Transfer money between your accounts
- Pay bills
- Deposit checks using our Mobile Check Deposit (see tips below)
- Locate our nearest branch, ATM or TellerVision
With multiple layers of authentication required, Mobile Banking helps ensure your information and identity stay safe and secure.
Mobile Banking is available to anyone currently enrolled in our Online Banking service. The application is available at both the Apple Store and the Play Store. Once you download the app, just simply login using your Online Banking username and password.
Stop by your local branch, and we’ll be happy to help you set it up. Please note that message and data charges may apply depending on your mobile plan.
- Before logging into the Mobile Deposit app, close all other apps running in the background on your mobile phone.
- Sign and endorse the back of your check, and label it “For Deposit Only.”
- When prompted for the amount, carefully enter the number to ensure it matches the amount written on your check.
- Flatten folded or crumpled checks before taking your photos.
- Take photos of your check in a well-lit area.
- Place the check on a solid dark background.
- Keep the check within the viewfinder on the camera screen when taking your photos (try not to get too much of the surrounding area).
- Keep your phone flat and steady above the check, and hold it as square to the check as possible to reduce corner-to-corner skew.
- Make sure the entire check, including all four corners, is visible and in focus.
- Use the passcode lock on your smartphone and other devices. This will make it more difficult for thieves to access your information if your device is lost or stolen.
- Log out completely when you finish a mobile banking session.
- Protect your phone from viruses and malicious software, or malware, just like you do for your computer by installing mobile security software.
- Use caution when downloading apps. Apps can contain malicious software, worms, and viruses. Beware of apps that ask for unnecessary “permissions”.
- Download updates for your phone and mobile apps. These updates often contain important security updates.
- Avoid storing sensitive information like passwords or a social security number on your mobile device.
- Tell your financial institution immediately if you change your phone number or lose your mobile device.
- Be aware of shoulder surfers. The most basic form of information theft is observation. Be aware of your surroundings especially when you’re punching in sensitive information.
- Wipe your mobile device before you donate, sell or trade it using specialized software or using the manufacturer’s recommended technique. Some software allows you to wipe your device remotely if it is lost or stolen.
- Beware of mobile phishing. Avoid opening links and attachments in emails and texts, especially from senders you don’t know. And be wary of ads (not from your security provider) claiming that your device is infected.
- Watch out for public Wi-Fi. Public connections aren’t very secure, so don’t perform banking transactions on a public network. If you need to access your account, try disabling the Wi-Fi and switching to your mobile network.
- Report any suspected fraud to your bank immediately.