Five Benefits of Washington Federal’s Mobile Banking

by Washington Federal Team on January 30, 2013

Washington Federal offers mobile banking, an easy way to bank on-the-go using your smart phone. There are many great reasons to try it out but below are the five key benefits to our mobile banking service.

1. Convenient

If you’re currently signed up for online banking and have a smart phone or tablet device, you can access mobile banking! Simply visit m.wafd.comand login with your existing username and password. If you can connect to the internet, you can bank with Washington Federal on-the-go.

2. Safe

Washington Federal’s mobile banking platform uses the same security system as our regular online banking. It’s completely secure, so you can bank on-the-go without worrying that your personal information is being compromised.

3. Pay Bills

You’re out on the road for business and realize you forgot to pay a bill. With mobile banking, you don’t have to worry about calling your spouse, finding wifi or getting charged late fees. You can now pay your bills online, directly from your mobile device. Simply login and go to “Bill Pay” to see all of the accounts that have been set up through online banking.

4. Check Balances

You’re out shopping and can’t seem to remember which debit card to use. With multiple accounts, it’s easy to lose track of account balances. Our mobile banking service allows you to check the balance of your accounts right from your phone.

5. Transfer Money

You check your balance but realize you forgot to transfer money from your savings to your checking account before you went shopping. We make it simple to transfer money from one Washington Federal account to another.

Get Started

Mobile banking with Washington Federal is fast, secure, convenient, and offers all of the important features you use every day. If you’re an existing Washington Federal online banking user, visit to login and get started!  Member FDIC.

If you’re interested in learning more about banking with Washington Federal, contact your nearest branch.

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