The easy way to send and receive money

Send your college student some money, pay your dog walker, pay a friend for sports tickets, and even pay your rent with Popmoney. It's easy. All you need is a name, email address or mobile phone number to send money from your account to anyone in the United States. Popmoney eliminates the hassle of paying by check or cash.

To send or accept a payment, follow these easy steps:

  1. Sign in to Online Banking
  2. Select the Pay Bills tab
  3. Select the Send Money or Request Money menu option

Not an Online Banking user yet?

Enroll in Online Banking. Once you've enrolled, click the Bill Pay tab to enroll in Bill Pay.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much will Popmoney let you send?
You can view your personal transaction limits within the Popmoney service in Online Banking. While setting up a Popmoney payment, select the From and To details under Payment Information. Then click the icon that appears next to the Amount field to view your limits. If you exceed the Next Day Service limits, your payment will be sent using the Standard Delivery or 3-Day Service.

How long does it take?
For Next Day Service payments, the recipient will receive the funds one business day after accepting the payment. For Standard Delivery or 3-Day Service payments, the recipient will receive the funds three business days after accepting the payment. Click Activity to view the current status of all your payments.

What does Popmoney cost?

Standard Popmoney delivery (3 days) is free, expedited delivery (next day) is $0.99 per transaction. A supported mobile device is needed to use Mobile Banking. Standard message and data rates may apply. A federal regulation limits the number of transfers that may be made from a savings or money market account.

Popmoney is a registered trademark of Fiserv, Inc. or its affiliates. Message and data rates may apply. Check your carrier plan for details.

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