It’s no sweat! To deactivate text banking, simply text “stop” to 77592 on your activated mobile phone, or you can return to the text banking page in online banking and click the “Delete” link. From there, your phone will no longer receive any text messages from text banking. You can add a new phone at any time if you change your mind in the future.
You bet! After you set up the first number, select the “Add Phone” button below your mobile phone number on the text banking page and simply complete the process.
It’s a piece of cake! Simply deactivate your mobile phone from within the text banking page by clicking “Delete” next to your phone number. From there, register a new mobile phone number for text banking.
You sure can! Easily transfer funds to and from any account enabled for text banking. Simply follow this format when texting: Trans <from acct nickname> <to acct nickname> <amount to transfer XX.XX>
For example, "Trans Chk Sav 10.00" would transfer $10 from checking to savings. A message will be returned upon a successful transfer.
It’s easy! Just follow a few simple steps:
Log in to online banking and select text banking from the “Profile/Settings” menu. Register the mobile number we have on file for you or enter a new mobile phone number. Agree to the terms and conditions, then click “Register.”
We will send you a text message with a unique activation code that you’ll need to enter to complete the process. (This ensures that it’s your phone number and it’s in your possession.) Once verified, select the accounts you would like to use with text banking. Be sure to designate your main account as the primary.
Now with your phone set up, simply send a text command to 77592 whenever you want, and we’ll send the response right back to your phone. (It’s just like texting your friends!) Here’s a quick list of some of the common requests you can text:
There’s no charge to use text banking from Gate City Bank, but message and data rates may apply. Please check with your mobile phone carrier if you aren’t sure what fees apply when you send and receive text messages.
We’re happy to assist here! First off, please be sure to have text messaging enabled. Additionally, use a mobile provider supported by the text banking service. Text banking works on all major mobile providers in the U.S., including: