It’s Me 247 Mobile Text Banking

It's Me 247 Text Banking

Receive banking information in a convenient way by texting PrimeSource Credit Union at IM247 (46247)!  Through this option your credit union can keep you informed with real-time alerts about account information.

With Text Banking You Can…

  • Send a text message command to receive text message replies regarding the balance of your eligible accounts.
  • Enroll in e-Alerts and receive notices regarding account balances, deposits, withdrawals, or when a payment is due.

Text Banking Commands

The following are Text Banking command examples and their responses. You can also access a list of these commands via a link in online banking during the Text Banking enrollment process.  These commands can be sent to IM247 (46247).

BAL Balance for all eligible accounts
BAL BIZ Balance for up to three savings or checking accounts
BAL 010 Balance for a specific account
BAL BIZ 010 Balance for a specific membership and account combination
STOP Turns off all text banking
STOP BIZ Turns off text banking for a specific account
HELP The customer service number

One-Way Text Alerts

You can set up one-way Text alerts via the e-Alert Subscriptions page, and create alerts similar to your standard e-Alerts:

  • Account Balance
  • Notification of an ACH Deposit or Withdrawal
  • Notification that a Loan Payment is due
  • E-Notice notification

How Much will this Cost?

Please see the Text Banking page in online banking for fee disclosures. In addition to any fees your credit union may charge, your mobile phone carrier may charge you standard text messaging fees. Please check with your mobile phone carrier if you aren’t sure what fees apply when you send and receive text messages.

How to Get Started?

Go Mobile

You can enroll in Text Banking by clicking on the “Go Mobile” button on the It’s Me 247 toolbar. Then select Text Banking Home to access the enrollment screens.  After enrollment, text commands to IM247 (46247).

It’s Me 247 Mobile Text Banking is only available at participating credit unions. Ask your credit union for more information.