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Mobile Banking
Access your Pacific Service CU accounts on the go.  Our simple mobile banking solution is a quick way to use your mobile device to check balances and transfer money between your accounts.

Mobile banking features:
Quick and easy account setup
View account balances and transaction history
Transfer funds between your Pacific Service CU accounts
Make loan payments
State-of-the-art security tools
Graphs - review your balance and expense spending patterns

 
It's easy to get started accessing your accounts on the go.  Using your mobile browser, simply browse out to www.pacificservice.org and click on Mobile Banking.  You may need to select the "Mobile Version" on your phone.

The first time you login, you will be required to verify your identity using a 4-digit one-time PIN that will be sent to your email address on record. After your first login, you'll only need your account number and password, as usual.

Upon login, our system may recognize your device type and recommend an app version if we have it.  If not, you can continue to access mobile banking using your mobile browser.  Or, you can simply search iTunes app store for "Pacific Service Credit Union" or the Android play store for "Pacific Service CU".

We hope you enjoy the convenience of Mobile Banking!

 
For additional questions,visit our Mobile Banking FAQs
 
 
 
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