Joining our current offerings of Apple Pay®
and Visa® Checkout are Android Pay™ and Samsung Pay®. Both of these new VyStar services will give members the freedom and
convenience of using your Android™ or Samsung® mobile device to make easy, secure payments with your VyStar credit or debit card at millions of stores nationwide with just the touch of your finger.
I know, I know. It’s easy to use your personal vehicle for your business purposes. Why bother with the expense of another vehicle when yours runs just fine?
This week, our Internet & Mobile Banking Conversion FAQ series draws to a close, and we at VyStar hope our provided answers to your very important questions were helpful.
In an effort to provide our members with the very best service, last week we began a three-part FAQ series about VyStar’s recent Internet & Mobile Banking conversion. In this week’s installment, we continue answering more of your questions and providing you with the information you need to know about the rollout of our new system.
One morning, as you’re driving to work, your car suddenly breaks down. At the repair shop, you find out that you’re going to have to spend major cash to fix what’s wrong with your vehicle.
You grew up with parents whom you love, honor and respect. They mean the world to you, and all others pale in comparison to them.
On the evening of Sunday, February 7th, VyStar launched our new Internet & Mobile Banking system and made it available for members to enroll and use. While we had extensively planned, tested and prepared for the launch, things did not go as smoothly as we had planned. We recognize it affected our members—especially those who heavily rely on Internet Banking.
After some serious dedication, you’ve racked up a ton of UChoose Rewards points. But now you’re wondering: What do I do next?
It’s late, and everyone has gone to bed … except you. You’re still sitting with your laptop or checkbook register, blankly staring. No matter how many times you do the math, the numbers just don’t add up.
Applications may soon be better able to “get it,” or understand how you are feeling. Microsoft recently announced a new group of technologies called Project Oxford
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