Mobile Banking

Simply and securely manage your finances from almost anywhere using your existing Online Banking username and password.

With our mobile app, you can:

  • Deposit checks remotely in a snap
  • View account balances and transaction history
  • Transfer funds between your Bank of Star Valley accounts
  • Pay bills
  • Make your loan payments
  • Change your profile settings

Download our App from your Apple or Android device

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Mobile Deposit Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do with my check once it is deposited?

Please take the following steps with your check:

  • Endorse your check, and include “Deposit only to Bank of Star Valley” prior to depositing
  • Keep the check in a secure location for 30 days to give it time to clear the maker’s account
  • Write “VOID” on the front of the check, and either destroy it or keep it in a secure location for your records

How quickly will the funds be in my account?

In normal processing, the funds from your deposited check will be in your account the next business day. To ensure proper processing, please make sure that the images of the front and back of your check are clear and include all four corners of each side.

How does The Bank of Star Valley use the pictures I take to make a deposit into my account?

On October 28th, 2004, The Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act, or Check 21, went into effect. This law was designed to enable banks to handle more checks electronically and make check processing faster and more efficient. Because of Check 21, The Bank of Star Valley is able to use the images captured on your phone to convert your check into a Check 21 image and process it electronically in lieu of your paper check.

Can the funds come back out of my account once they show deposited?

Yes. As a service to our customers, The Bank of Star Valley gives next-day funds availability on the checks you deposit. Similar to paper checks, the institution that holds the account the check originated from has the opportunity to return the check because of insufficient funds or other reasons. The process for recovering the funds from these checks is the same as if you deposited a paper check.

If I receive an error when trying to deposit my check, what should I do?

The most frequent error is caused by an invalid image. Make sure that your check is against a solid background such as a table, that the image is focused, and that all four corners of the check are visible. If the image is good you may be getting an error that tells you the check cannot be deposited at this time. Wait several minutes and try submitting the check again.  If errors persist, please contact The Bank of Star Valley at (307) 885-0000.

The second most frequent error is caused due to the amount of the check exceeding our guidelines.