Mobile Deposit FAQs

Use The FUN Bank’s app to tap, snap, and deposit checks with your mobile device. Once logged into our app, simply click on “Deposit” and follow the simple steps to make a deposit from anywhere at any time!


How do I get Mobile Deposit?

Mobile Deposit is available through the First United National Bank Mobile app by accepting the Mobile Deposit Terms and Conditions. If you already have our app, you already have Mobile Deposit! Just click on the Deposit tab on the Account screen.

Who's eligible to use the Mobile Deposit service?

First United National Bank customers who maintain an eligible checking or savings account, and who have accepted the Mobile Deposit Terms and Conditions are eligible to use Mobile Deposit.

Do I need an Internet Banking account to use Mobile Deposit?

No. Whether you choose to bank online or through the app, you can simply complete the enrollment process and begin making deposits in just a few minutes.

Are there fees for using Mobile Deposit?

There are currently no fees for First United National Bank's Mobile Deposit service. Please check with your wireless provider about carrier and web access charges.

How does Mobile Deposit Work?

Sign onto your First United National Bank mobile app, then follow these simple steps:

  • Tap "Deposit."
  • Tap "Deposit Check."
  • Tap the Account you want to deposit into.
  • Tap "Amount" and enter the amount of the check. Amount must be under $1,000.
  • Tap "Front Image" - frame the check in the four corners and "Snap" a photo. The app will verify quality of the image before accepting the picture.
  • Tap "Back Image" - frame the check in the four corners and "Snap" a photo. The app will verify there is an endorsement and quality of the image before accepting the picture.
  • Tap "Next."
  • On the Confirmation screen, verify the information and tap "Confirm."
How do I endorse the check for deposit?

Important: For your protection, your signature and Mobile Deposit Endorsement are required on the back of the check before you make your deposit. Just flip it over and write:

  • Your Signature
  • Write the Words "For Mobile Deposit Only"
  • Last 4 Digits of Your Account Number

If all of the above endorsement is not on the item, it may be rejected for deposit.

What types of checks can I deposit?

You can deposit checks payable in U.S. dollars and drawn at any U.S. bank, including personal, business, and most government checks. They must also be payable to, and endorsed by the account holder.

International checks, U.S. savings bonds, U.S. postal money orders, MoneyGram, remotely created checks (whether in paper form or electronically created), convenience checks (checks drawn against a line of credit), and cash are some of the items that are not eligible for Mobile Deposit.

Please refer to the Mobile Deposit Terms and Conditions for a full list of ineligible items.

When will my Mobile Deposit be available?

In general, if an image of an item you transmit through the Service is received and accepted before 4 pm ET on a business day that we are open, we consider that day to be the day of your deposit. Otherwise, we will consider that the deposit was made on the next business day we are open. Funds deposited using the Service will generally be made available no later than two business days from the day of deposit. However, First United National Bank reserves the right to place a hold on any Mobile Deposit for any reason and for an unlimited number of days. If this happens, you will be notified in writing through U.S. Postal Mail.

Is there a limit on how much money I can deposit using the app?

Yes, the daily dollar limit for Mobile Deposits is $1,000 per check and $2,500 per business day.

What should I do with my paper check after using Mobile Deposit?

After depositing your check using Mobile Deposit, please follow these best practice guidelines:

  • Write "Mobile Deposit on" and the Date on the front of your check. The date should be the month, day, and year of your deposit.
  • Securely store your check for 30 days after your deposit or until your next statement, and then destroy it. This allows sufficient time for you to verify the deposit to your statement.