Banking Solution you can use Virtually Anywhere
Lake Elmo Bank’s mobile banking solution allows you access to your accounts 24-hours a day from your smartphone or tablets from anywhere. Its free, convenient and easy to use.
What can you do with Mobile Banking?
Access your checking, savings and loan accounts you have enrolled through Online Banking.
- View account balances, transaction history, and personal alerts.
- Send messages as confirmation of one-time processed payments or transfers.
- Transfer between accounts.
- Make bill payments
- P2P payments
- Mobile Deposits
- Bank-to-Bank Transfers
We do not guarantee functionality of the Service on all wireless devices.
From your mobile device download Lake Elmo Bank’s App by selecting your store icon below.
We do not charge you any fees for using this product but you may be charged for web access by your mobile carrier. You are responsible for checking with your carrier for details on specific fees and charges that may apply.
Mobile security has become increasingly important in mobile computing. More and more users and businesses employ mobile devices as communication tools, but also as a means of planning and organizing their work and private lives. Here are a few tips to consider to help you stay safe when you’re using our mobile products.
Password protect your mobile device
Set your device to lock when it’s not being used. this will help prevent someone from getting access to your personal data.
Install software to find and remotely wipe your mobile phone
This software can help you locate your phone via GPS or remotely remove all data from your device, if it’s lost or stolen. There are a variety of security apps available that offer this feature.
Don’t modify your phone’s operating system
This is also know as jailbreaking, which violates your device’s warranty and exposes it to more security threats.
Managing your privacy settings
Monitor how apps use your personal information. Make sure you feel comfortable with the way they use these details. For example, some apps share your location and phone number with other people in your vicinity.
Question QR codes
QR codes are images that contain data that can be read by your phone’s camera. Scammers have been known to create fake QR codes that automatically download malware onto your mobile device. Protect yourself by not scanning QR codes posted in public places. Fraudsters will often place a fraudulent QR code stickers on top of a legitimate advertisement like a billboard or ad.
Visit our ID Theft page for additional information on the latest scams and what to do if you fall victim.