Awesome Mobile Banking Options

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Allow You to Pay and Bank Almost Anywhere

Highland Bank customers have some easy, new options to pay people directly, at store checkouts, or within mobile apps. These simple and secure solutions make our Mobile Banking services among the most convenient in the metro area!


Try Popmoney Personal Payment Service

Now paying friends, the babysitter or dog-walker, or transferring funds to a college student’s account is as easy as sending an email or text. Popmoney is here!

With Popmoney, all you need to send, request or receive money from your computer or mobile device is an email address or mobile phone number. Just follow these steps:

  • Log in via your Mobile Banking app
  • Navigate to Popmoney and register
  • Follow the instructions to send, request or receive money

Learn more about Popmoney »


Coming Soon:

Mobile Payments with Android Pay™, Samsung Pay and Apple Pay®

Today’s smart phones are capable of doing amazing things. With a compatible Apple®, Samsung or Android® phone or device, it’s possible to pay without ever pulling out your card.

Simple to Set Up

It doesn’t matter whether you use Samsung, Apple, Android or Microsoft® Wallet — setup is simple for each technology. In most cases, you add your card with your phone’s camera.

Streamlines Checkout:

With mobile purchasing, at checkout, you’ll use your phone instead of swiping your card. Typically, you’ll just hold your phone near the terminal and okay your purchase with a fingerprint.

Security Smarts

Handing over your card at a merchant exposes your card’s information. With mobile purchases, instead of sharing your information, a virtual card number is created. That virtual number is used for purchases — keeping your data safe.

Watch for more details about Mobile Payments!

Save Time Every Day with Your Convenient Mobile Banking Solutions!

  • Deposit checks with Mobile Deposit
  • Pay bills quickly and securely
  • View balances and transaction history
  • Transfer funds

See all you can do with Mobile Banking »