For Immediate Release: December 19, 2011

Bethpage Introduces Mobile Check Deposits

Long Island Press Releases

With the Bethpage iPhone Mobile App

(Bethpage, NY) Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Long Island’s leading community financial institution, announces the expansion of its Mobile Banking options for members with the introduction of Mobile Check Deposits for its Bethpage iPhone Mobile App.  Specifically for iPhone users, Bethpage’s iPhone Mobile App now enables Bethpage members to scan and deposit checks via phone, directly into their Bethpage account, free of charge.  Bethpage’s iPhone App also lets members get account alerts, manage and pay bills, transfer money between checking and savings accounts, and view transaction history.

Designed to offer the freedom of quick and easy banking, Bethpage’s Mobile Check Deposits feature for its Bethpage iPhone Mobile App joins Bethpage’s roster of growing Mobile Banking services for individual members.  Bethpage’s Mobile Web platform allows members to conduct banking from any Internet enabled smartphone including Android.  Text Banking provides services for those without a smartphone, and My Home Deposit provides non-iPhone users the ability to deposit checks using any Windows-based connected computer and a scanner.

The Bethpage iPhone Mobile App safely deposits checks by capturing a photo of the front and back of an endorsed check, sending it straight into a user’s Bethpage account and notifying the user with a deposit confirmation. The application can be downloaded for free at itunes.com by searching “Bethpage Federal Credit Union.”

“Providing progressive and convenient banking solutions to our members is a priority for Bethpage.  We know that any service which enables members to bank anywhere at anytime, is valued,” said Jim Breen, SVP Information Technology, Bethpage Federal Credit Union. “Bethpage’s iPhone App combines the power of mobility, a camera and an internet connection to easily deposit your checks.”

As a member-owned financial cooperative, Bethpage offers better rates, lower fees and a full menu of personal and commercial financial services.  Bethpage is one of Long Island’s most convenient financial institutions.  Its network of local branches, shared service centers,  surcharge-free ATMs, and free online and mobile banking services provides members with easy access to their accounts wherever and whenever they need it.

Bethpage Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, existing solely to serve its members and has experienced rapid growth in recent years to become a strong alternative to banks.  Bethpage was approved for the largest federal community charter in the U.S. in 2003 and now is Long Island’s largest credit union and leading community financial institution with over 194,000 members, 25 branches and 60 shared service center locations throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties.   As a financial cooperative, Bethpage offers better rates, lower fees and a full menu of personal and commercial financial services.

Bethpage maintains branch locations in Bay Shore, Bay Shore King Kullen, Bethpage, Central Islip, Commack King Kullen, Elmont, Farmingdale, Freeport, Glen Cove, Hempstead, Huntington, Levittown King Kullen, Lynbrook, Massapequa, Melville, Mineola, North Babylon, Patchogue, Port Jefferson, Riverhead, Seaford, Smithtown, Roosevelt and Westbury with over 350 surcharge-free ATMs in King Kullen, 7-Eleven, Walgreens and Costco locations throughout Long Island.  For more information, call 1-800-628-7070 or visit www.lovebethpage.com.






 


 



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