Mobile Deposit

Skip the lines and deposit your checks from wherever you are with the convenience of mobile deposit. Setting up and using mobile deposit is easy:

  • You must be enrolled in Home Banking
  • Log-in to Home Banking and click ‘Mobile Deposit’ under ‘Services’
  • Read & Accept the Terms and Conditions
  • You will see a confirmation that you have enrolled

Follow the onscreen instructions to take photos of the check and complete your deposit. You MUST write ‘For mobile deposit @ Cyprus CU’ under your signature or your deposit will be rejected. After completing a deposit, the full amount up to $500 will be available the next business day with the remaining amount of the deposit available in two business days.

 

 

Process flow for when mobile funding is available

Home Banking

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