Online/Mobile Banking - Consumer

Online/Mobile Banking

Manage your finances more efficiently in a secure, simple-to-use environment. Meadows Bank’s Online and Mobile Banking allows you 24/7 access to check your balances, browse transactions, transfer funds, set up bills to be paid automatically, and much more.

  • View balances and account activity.
  • Monitor transactions in real time.
  • Set up one-time and recurring fund transfers between Meadows Bank accounts.
  • Transfer money between Financial Institutions.
  • Make mobile deposits using your mobile device's camera.
  • Pay bills quickly and easily - variable or recurring.
  • Make person-to-person payments.
  • Set up personalized account alerts.
  • Receive electronic statements.
  • Integrate with Quicken and other personal accounting software. 

Bill Pay

Simplify your life with online bill payments - no more writing checks, stuffing envelopes and searching for stamps.
Meadows Bank Bill Pay makes it easy to pay bills to individuals or businesses:
  • Pay bills from multiple accounts.
  • Send single or recurring payments.
  • Pay bills now or schedule future payments.
  • Make person-to-person electronic payments quickly and easily.
  • Send money to individuals via text and/or email.
  • Initiate expedited payments.
  • Track your account balances and payment history quickly.
  • Get helpful text alerts and payment reminders.


Meadows Bank has partnered with Zelle to make sending money to friends and family fast, safe and easy.

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Mobile Banking offers convenient, secure banking from almost anywhere. With Mobile Banking from Meadows Bank, you can mirror your Online Banking 24/7 access to your accounts through our mobile app on any compatible IOS or Android™ device.
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Click here to view our Online Banking Service Agreement
Click here to view our Digital Wallet Terms and Conditions
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