The Texas Bank and Trust Mobile App is a free mobile decision-support tool that gives you the ability to aggregate all of your financial accounts, including accounts from other financial institutions, into a single, up-to-the-minute view so you can stay organized and make smarter financial decisions. It is fast, secure and makes life easier by empowering you with the tools you need to manage your personal finances.
Multi-Account Aggregation: View all of your financial information (balances, transaction history, merchant spending averages) in one place for on-the-go organization.
Alerts & Notifications: Set alerts for low funds and be notified about upcoming bills.
Add Tags, Notes, Images & Geo-Information: By enhancing transactions with custom tags, notes or photos of a receipt or check, you have the ability to stay organized and find exactly what you’re looking for when searching through your finances.
Contact: Locate ATMs or branches and contact Texas Bank and Trust Company customer service directly from the app.
SAFE AND SECURE
The app utilizes the same bank-level security that protects you when you’re on Internet Banking. The app also features a unique 4-digit passcode setting that prevents unauthorized access.
To use the Texas Bank and Trust Mobile App, you must be enrolled as a Texas Bank and Trust Company Internet Banking user. If you currently use our Internet Banking, simply download the app, launch it, and login with the same Internet Banking credentials. After you successfully login to the app, your accounts and transactions will begin updating.
Bug fixes and performance improvements
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Love TBT’s Online Service
Thank you for providing easily accessible online services as one of your services. I have been a customer of TBT for over 55 years.
I’m loving most everything about my new bank. However, I’ve noticed that a lot of my billpay vendors, which were paid electronically at my last bank, are now paid manually. Payee’s such as Suddenlink and Macy’s, when submitted, were manual which really slows down the bill paying process. I’m suspecting, once I get all my payees setup, there are going to be more manual than electronic. Hoping there is an update in the near future.
You rated yourself
I gave a rating of 3, and somehow you’ve given yourself a 4. I hit some kind of deposit “limit” on my checking account. Why would there be a deposit “limit” in the amount? You would think the bank would want more money deposited, not less. I have never heard of this from any other bank. Very troubling.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.