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Mobile Banking

Get our mobile app.

Check balances, transfer funds, deposit checks, and more with our mobile app for Apple and Android. Now it's easy to take care of your banking needs regardless of where you are or what time of day it is. Manage your accounts via your phone

  • Check balances
  • Make payments via online bill pay
  • Transfer funds between your Andrew Johnson Bank accounts
  • Make mobile deposits once you’ve had your account open six month
  • Turn your debit card on and off or set limits using Card Controls

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Apple, Android, or Samsung?

Pay with your smart phone or smart watch.

Apple Pay & Your Mobile Wallet

Follow the steps on screen to add a new card. You will either use the card that’s associated with your iTunes account, or add a new card.

Tap ‘Next’. Your bank or card issuer will verify your information via phone. When you tap ‘Verify’ you’ll be asked to verify your card number, address and a few additional things about your account. Once your card is verified, tap ‘Next’ and you are finished. Your card is now available in your wallet.

Android/Google Pay

Install the Google Pay app from Google Play.

Add a debit card from Andrew Johnson Bank by taking picture of card or manually entering card information. Call 1-844-646-5465. Verify your card number, address and a posted transaction.

Click ‘Continue’ and you are all set.

Samsung Pay

Install the Samsung Pay app from Google Play.

Sign in to your Samsung account or create a Samsung account. Scan your fingerprint or enter a PIN. Add your Card. Call 1-844-646-5465. Verify your card number, address and a posted transaction.

Boom! You’re ready to pay with your phone.

How to Make a Digital Payment

Paying has never been easier.

Simply pull up your digital card on your phone and hold it near the merchant’s machine. You’ll either enter your pin or use your thumbprint to verify the amount and make the transaction.

 

Is mobile payment secure?

Absolutely.

No matter which of these three payment systems you use, your card information is never collected by the merchant. Instead, each of these services “tokenizes” account information.

When you make a new transaction, your account is represented by a random transaction code. Tokenization helps prevent fraud and minimizes damage if the merchant undergoes a data breach.

For additional security, make sure your device’s lock screen is password-enabled and know how to disable or wipe your device in the event it is lost or stolen.

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