This is How Money Moves
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|Developer||Early Warning Services, LLC|
J apple hunter 123 - 2020-10-25 04:48:41
The idea is great but the app it’s self seldom works.
In the past 3 months I think it has only worked about 25%of the time or less. After calling customer service going over the issue with them they said it would work. Sent a payment it looked like it went then when I checked back nothing. and it was suppose to work but failed again. It was 100 times faster to drive to an ATM and get cash than transfer with Zelle.
Bernperro - 2020-10-26 06:29:09
Unable to login
I tried to use the app, but it keeps pushing me to my banks app. Well, my banks app does not work and hasn't for over a week so I can't send or receive money on my mobile. Worthless
Cazmagic1 - 2020-10-24 07:47:56
Won’t even let me open an account
Keeps telling me to call support. A friend was trying to send me money for a late birthday and they can only use Zelle but it refuses to let me open an account
Zelle® has partnered with leading banks and credit unions across the U.S. to bring you a fast, safe and easy way to send money to friends and family. Money moves quickly - directly from bank account to bank account. If your bank or credit union offers Zelle, you already have it in your mobile banking app or online banking – if they don’t, the Zelle app will make it easy for you to send money to enrolled Zelle users that already have access through their financial institution. Zelle. This is how money moves®. Using just your recipient’s email address or U.S. mobile number, you can settle up simply and safely with almost anyone you know and trust. Even better, Zelle does not charge any fees to use the service. (Mobile carrier or bank fees may apply). GET STARTED: 1. Download the Zelle app. 2. Enroll using a Visa® or Mastercard® debit card linked to a U.S. checking account; or 3. Enroll your U.S. checking account by using your online banking username and password, if your bank supports this feature*. 4. Choose a person to pay, or request money from, by entering their U.S. mobile number or email address. 5. Confirm the amount and hit send. If they’re already enrolled with Zelle, they’ll typically get the money in minutes. If they aren’t, they will be notified and can follow a few simple steps to complete the payment. *Some banks allow customers to enroll in the Zelle app using their online or mobile banking username and password. Zelle and the Zelle related marks and logos are property of Early Warning Services, LLC You must have a bank account in the U.S. to use Zelle.