Did you know you can get text message alerts on your account?
Wouldn’t it be great to know when your direct deposit hits your account or that your account is running a little low? At Bank of Tennessee, we like to provide you with the tools you need to take control of your money and your time. Utilizing Text Message Alerts, through Online Banking, is a great way to stay on top of your account activity automatically and effortlessly.
Setting Up Alerts
Signing up to receive Text Alerts is easy! And once you have everything set up, you are done until you want to change the settings.
1. Sign in to Online Banking
2. Click on “Settings” to expand the menu and click on “Text Enrollment”.
3. On the Text Enrollment page, you will “Turn On” Text Alerts, enter your cell phone number and click on “Agree to Terms”.
4. After you have enrolled your mobile number, select the accounts you would like to view with Text Banking. In the “Settings” menu, click “Account Preferences” and then click the “Text” button.
5. Enable your accounts for text by clicking the “Enabled” box. You can also enter the order in which the accounts appear and nickname them for simple text commands.
If you haven’t received the message but followed the quick set up instructions, short codes may be blocked by your mobile carrier. To opt in to receive short codes from us, text the word START to 878787 and try the text command again. If you are unable to send the message, please contact your wireless provider to unblock short codes.
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