GSCU’s vendor will be completing system maintenance and updates to our OnLine and Mobile Banking from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, September 25th. These services will be unavailable during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Only 90 days of account history are available on Mobile Banking. To view additional history you may access your account via OnLine Banking.
Mobile Banking can be used for balance inquiries, to transfer funds that you are an authorized signer, check your account history, view loans and make payments, create and pay bills, and deposit checks. In addition to conducting transactions, you can also review our branch and ATM locations, access other convenient services such as CardControl and CreditSavvy, and connect via phone to a GSCU Member Service Rep.
Yes, entering your password incorrectly too many times will lock you out of both OnLine and Mobile Banking. Please contact the credit union at 800-645-4728, by using Live Chat within the gscu.org site, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org to unlock your accounts.
Our secure Mobile Banking site uses 256 bit encryption. For all internet use on a handheld device, we recommend security measures such as privacy screens, placing a password and lock timer and protecting the physical security of your device at all times.
Yes. We’ve given members the added convenience of Mobile Banking without any additional set up. Just login to Mobile Banking using the same credentials as OnLine Banking.
This functionality is not currently available on our Mobile Banking platform. You can access electronic statements by logging into OnLine Banking.
Yes, you can access Bill Payment and Popmoney through Mobile Banking.
All account balances within mobile banking reflect available balances, simply to preserve space on the small screens of mobile devices. In order to view your current balance, click on your account and you will be presented with the current balance and available balance.
Yes, you can have more than one phone number registered on your account. However you can't use the same number assigned to multiple accounts.
Answering security questions provides an additional layer of security.