Everyone could use a $100 gift card and we’ve got an easy way for you to win one, just by doing something you probably do regularly. In our “Capture My Heart” promotion February 7 – 14, 2018, just use your Mobile App to make a mobile deposit into your Members Trust account and you’ll be automatically eligible to win.
Here’s How to Win!
1. Draw a picture of a heart* on the front of any checks you plan to deposit at Members Trust.
2. Open your Mobile App and make your deposit between February 7-14*.
3. It’s that easy!
Why Mobile Deposit?
With Mobile Deposit, you have the flexibility, convenience, and security to deposit a check into your Members Trust account whenever it’s convenient for you. This free service is available to qualified members via your Mobile App for iPhone and Android devices. And, it’s as easy to use as your phone camera. Just sign up, snap a picture, and click submit.
Members must be enrolled in Home Banking and must download the Mobile App to use mobile deposit. With Mobile Check Deposit, you can deposit your checks as soon as you get them, without making a special trip to the credit union! Sign up today!
- Just log into HomeCU and click on the “Deposit” icon on the home screen.
- Next, click on the “Request Access Online Now” link to complete the remote deposit application (must be completed on your mobile device).
- Once you click submit, Members Trust will review your application and send you an email regarding the status, within two business days.
- Once approved, download the Mobile App and start making deposits.
*One randomly-selected winner per credit union will receive a $100 gift card. The winner will be chosen from checks deposited via the credit union’s mobile check deposit program that clearly includes a visible heart drawn on the front of the check. Mobile check deposits must be made between February 7-14. Winners will be announced by February 26. Heart design must be readable by the check capture system and should not conflict with the integrity of the information included on the front of the check itself.