Online & Mobile Banking FAQs
Use UW Credit Union digital banking options for the ultimate in money management convenience and security.
What’s the difference between UWCU’s Web Branch and Mobile App?
With Web Branch, users create and activate a username and password that’s associated with their account via a web browser. Once activated, they can simply, safely and conveniently manage their accounts and finances 24/7, from paying bills with Web Pay, tracking spending via Budgeting Tools and more.
Our Mobile App provides all the convenience and security of Web Branch right at your fingertips when you install it on your mobile device.
Do I need to be enrolled in Web Branch first before I install the Mobile App?
Do I need to download UW Credit Union’s Mobile App to access my account on my smartphone?
You don’t need to download our app to access your account when you’re on-the-go. You can use your smartphone’s browser to log in to Web Branch and manage your accounts. However, because our Mobile App was designed specifically for use on mobile devices, it offers a faster and easier way to access your account when using your smartphone. Learn more and download the app here.
Do UW Credit Union’s Mobile App or Web Branch cost anything?
No, they are both free of charge to all UW Credit Union members. By providing a convenient, secure and user-friendly way to access your account anywhere, anytime, you can keep your finances in check, and your future on track.
What’s a mobile wallet?
Essentially, a mobile wallet is a third-party app on your mobile device enabling you to easily and securely make payments anytime, anywhere. Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay are among the most popular mobile wallet services, allowing you to leave your debit cards, credit cards, gift cards and customer loyalty cards at home.
Are my accounts secure when I use Web Branch and the Mobile App?
Absolutely. At UW Credit Union, we use the most advanced security measures and leading technology to ensure your account information remains safe and secure, both online and offline. Here are just a few examples:
- Internet security safeguards that exceed industry standards.
- Encryption technology to prevent someone from intercepting or viewing your information.
- VerifyU, an added layer of security that validates your identity.
- Account locking after a set number of unsuccessful log on attempts.