3 mobile banking alerts for your accounts - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

3 mobile banking alerts for your accounts

(Source: WMC Action News 5 archives) (Source: WMC Action News 5 archives)
(WMC) -

If your bank isn't notifying you about a low balance or unusual activity on your account, you can set up alerts on your mobile banking app.

The three alerts recommend by bankrate.com include a low balance alert, a mobile deposit alert, and an unusual activity alert.

The low balance alert helps you avoid overdrafts. 

If you set up a mobile deposit alert, you'll get a text message every time you make a deposit.

With an unusual activity alert, your bank will text you if they suspect any kind of fraud. 

You can log on to your bank's app or give them a call for help setting up the alerts.

For more information on how these alerts can help protect your money, click here.

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