PFCU eDeposit

PFCU eDeposit


Point. Shoot. Deposit. Philadelphia Federal Credit Union now offers mobile deposits. This application requires an account at the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union. Please visit us at www.pfcu.com for more information and to open an account.

Recent changes:
Newly redesigned
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Free
68
3.4
User ratings
50
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
945 kb
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About PFCU eDeposit
Point. Shoot. Deposit. Philadelphia Federal Credit Union now offers mobile deposits. This application requires an account at the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union. Please visit us at www.pfcu.com for more information and to open an account.

Recent changes:
Newly redesigned

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 26, 2014
Beats waiting in line! You have to open an eDeposit account on your main banking account. Otherwise it's smooth sailing.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
A lil frustrating Not enough direction with this app. I had to read the reviews to figure out how to log in after many failed attempts didn't realise you had to log into tellernet & change options on eservices. Also online account does not reflect your pending edeposits which is very frustrating. Does anyone know how long it takes to process the checks?? Just used it for the 1st time over the weekend & monday was a holiday. Im sure this app will prove to be convenient & overall a good app
A Google User
Jan 10, 2014
Home bank Click click I'm done :)
A Google User
Dec 9, 2013
Crashes!!!! I don't know what upgrades were made to this app but it does not seem to be working anymore. I am going to uninstall it, if it is not corrected soon. It crashes everytime I try to make a deposit.
A Google User
Dec 2, 2013
Okay It saves me a long drive to the credit union. Time consuming to set up initially with computer and permissions....which makes sense since this is my money... not as quick and easy as I'd like. Not an option if you need to cash a check quickly.