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Heartland Bank is Ohio’s first community bank to launch a Mobile Banking Android App! Mobile banking offers you the ability to view account balances and recent transactions, transfer funds between Heartland Bank accounts and pay bills. With mobile banking you have the information to quickly manage your finances while away from your primary computer. Think of mobile banking as a slim version of your Heartland Bank Online Banking service.
Customers must have an active Heartland Bank Online Banking service. If you are not enrolled in Heartland Bank Online Banking service, enroll now by visiting http://www.heartlandbank.com/personal-online-banking and click the orange "Enroll Now" button. After we receive your enrollment request, your ID will be setup. You will receive an e-mail containing information explaining how to access your account(s) online. After you are enrolled in Heartland Bank Online Banking service, you can login, click on the "Mobile" tab located in "Other Services" and enroll in mobile banking to establish your mobile login id and PIN.
Heartland Bank's mobile banking service is an extension of your Heartland Bank Online Banking service so when you login for the first time you will be presented the same security questions, PassMark and phrases you are accustomed to. The mobile app still uses SSL encryption to keep your information as secure as our Heartland Bank Online Banking service.
• View balances on all accounts, credit cards & loans
• View recently cleared and pending transactions
• Transfer funds between Heartland Bank accounts
• Transfer payments to Heartland Bank loans
• Pay bills
• Find your nearest Heartland Bank branch or ATM
Heartland Bank is located in Central Ohio with branch locations in Columbus, Croton, Dublin, Gahanna, Grove City, Johnstown, Newark, Reynoldsburg, and Westerville. For more questions regarding Heartland Bank’s mobile banking app contact us at 800-697-0049 or visit us at www.HeartlandBank.com.
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Available features include:
- Check your latest account balance and search recent transactions by date, amount, or check number.
- Easily transfer cash between your accounts.
- Make payments to any of your billers.
Heartland Bank does not charge a fee for this service. Connectivity and usage rates may apply. Please contact your wireless service provider for more information.
Heartland National Bank supports all account types including checking, certificates-of-deposits, money markets, loans, and lines-of-credit.
Heartland National Bank service is a FREE* service that allows you to access your accounts anytime, from anywhere, using your mobile device.
*There is no fee from Heartland National Bank. Connectivity and usage rates may apply. Contact your wireless service provider for more details.
To Improve Members' Lives
Core Values - Service, Integrity, Respect, Leadership and Reliability
Heartland Credit Union's core values define the values that inspire the actions of our staff regarding the members we serve. They are a part of our culture and guide us as we pursue our mission.
Benefits of a Credit Union
A credit union is a unique provider of financial services. It is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, owned by the members it serves. These members are individuals that have a common bond with each other. (Example - A group of people who reside in the same general geographic area.) There are no stockholders or investors. Earnings are returned to the member/owners through lower loan rates, higher dividends and fewer fees.
Seven Cooperative Principles for Credit Unions
Credit unions are voluntary, cooperative organizations, offering services to people willing to accept the responsibilities and benefits of membership, without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.
Many cooperatives, such as credit unions, operate as not-for-profit institutions with volunteer board of directors. In the case of credit unions, members are drawn from defined fields of membership.
Democratic Member Control
Cooperatives are democratic organizations owned and controlled by their members, one member one vote, with equal opportunity for participation in setting policies and making decisions.
Members’ Economic Participation
Members are the owners. As such they contribute to, and democratically control, the capital of the cooperative. This benefits members in proportion to the transactions with the cooperative rather than on the capital invested.
For credit unions, which typically offer better rates, fees and service than for-profit financial institutions, members recognize benefits in proportion to the extent of their financial transactions and general usage.
Autonomy and Independence
Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If the cooperative enters into agreements with other organizations or raises capital from external sources, it is done so based on terms that ensure democratic control by the member and maintains the cooperative autonomy.
Education, Training and Information
Cooperatives provide education and training for members, elected representatives, managers and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of the cooperative.
Credit Unions place particular importance on educational opportunities for their volunteer directors, and financial education for their members and the public, especially the nation’s youth. Credit unions also recognize the importance of ensuring the general public and policy makers are informed about the nature, structure and benefits of cooperatives.
Cooperation Among Cooperatives
Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, state, regional, national, and international structures.
Concern for Community
While focusing on member needs, cooperatives work for the sustainable development of communities, including people of modest means, through policies developed and accepted by the members.
These seven principles are founded in the philosophy of cooperation and its central values of equality, equity and mutual self-help. They express, around the world, the principles of human development and the brotherhood of man through people working together to achieve a better life for themselves and their community.
Additional details can be found at: https://www.heartlandcu.com/eservices/mobilebanking
*While this service is free to Heartland Credit Union members, your mobile service carrier may charge for data usage and/or web access.
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Heartland Credit Union is a full-service, financial cooperative based in Madison, Wisconsin. We serve Southwestern Wisconsin and Eastern Iowa. Offices also located in Verona, DeForest, Janesville, Dodgeville, Platteville and Lancaster.
Our mission is to provide our members with quality, cost-effective, personalized financial services that contribute to their social and economic well-being.