Zelle 4+

This is How Money Moves

Early Warning Services, LLC

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Zelle® has partnered with leading banks and credit unions across the U.S. to bring you a fast, safe and easy way to send money to friends and family. Money moves quickly - directly from bank account to bank account. If your bank or credit union offers Zelle, you already have it in your mobile banking app or online banking – if they don’t, the Zelle app will make it easy for you to send money to enrolled Zelle users that already have access through their financial institution.
Zelle. This is how money moves®.
Using just your recipient’s email address or U.S. mobile number, you can settle up simply and safely with almost anyone you know and trust. Even better, Zelle does not charge any fees to use the service. (Mobile carrier or bank fees may apply).
1. Download the Zelle app.
2. Enroll using a Visa® or Mastercard® debit card linked to a U.S. checking account; or
3. Enroll your U.S. checking account by using your online banking username and password, if your bank supports this feature*.
4. Choose a person to pay, or request money from, by entering their U.S. mobile number or email address.
5. Confirm the amount and hit send. If they’re already enrolled with Zelle, they’ll typically get the money in minutes. If they aren’t, they will be notified and can follow a few simple steps to complete the payment.

*Some banks allow customers to enroll in the Zelle app using their online or mobile banking username and password.

Zelle and the Zelle related marks and logos are property of Early Warning Services, LLC

You must have a bank account in the U.S. to use Zelle.

What’s New

Version 8.8.1

We make regular updates to our application to introduce new features, fix bugs, and enhance performance.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
549.1K Ratings

549.1K Ratings

QueenSj15 ,


This is not a review, but I wanted to leave some feedback and leave an idea that I would love to see incorporated into the company’s future. From what I know of and experienced with Zelle, persons are able to send money instantly to and from bank accounts. However, only one bank is allowed to be linked under a phone number and/or email at a time. That feature makes is difficult to choose which bank account to receive money to from another bank. I think it would be beneficial for the receiver to have multiple bank accounts attached under one phone number/email which would allow the sender to pick which account to send money to if requested by the receiver. This would omit the unnecessary toggle of bank account attachments to one phone number and/or email.
I have two bank accounts attached to my cell number and would like my mother send money to the second one listed under my name listed in her list of people to send to. The only thing she would be able to see is the nickname I gave for my bank accounts so no personal information is displayed.

twicker ,

Poor quality password setup

Went to create a password; saw list of requirements. Created a strong, 100-character password in 1Password. Pasted it in; got all green checkmarks. Great! Hit “Done;” got “Invalid password,” with NO EXPLANATION. 1. It’s 2021; there is literally no excuse for not giving users *complete* information on *all* password requirements *at the start.* AMC (the movie theater) has been able to do it since 2013; you should be able to do it. 2. It’s 2021; error messages that don’t tell users how to fix the error are simply amateurish. 3. It’s 2021; passwords of *any length* should be acceptable (because I’m betting the issue is that you hid a length requirement there and that’s why it’s being rejected; either that, or there are ASCII special characters that you can’t handle, even though, again, decent systems have been able to handle any combo of characters for years now - and don’t try to use the, “oh, we’re trying to prevent injection attacks” thing, because again, a decent system can recognize those and block them). Do better. EDIT: Indeed - when I updated the length from 100 char to 64 char, your system accepted it without issue. For the love of God, why did you decide to hide this requirement from users??? Have I mentioned it’s 2021 and anyone who knows anything about good design practice has known to do this for years??

KenyaSimone ,

Not Client friendly app is not adaptive

This is not attuned to the ever changing lives of clients using this app. I’ve been attempting to switch cards and add an email to my account. First day the error message was uh oh come back later and try again. Second day your account is temporarily locked for security reasons. Mind you password and all info being entered is MINE and accurate. Then yesterday after getting the same message as the previous day, I called “customer service” via the app who informed me they would have to VET ME with some questions to unlock and to Update my information for me. I asked why am I NOT ABLE to update my own info as needed? The response- Zelle doesn’t allow so many changes as it wants you to use A PERMANENT CARD as it only allows for infrequent card updates. Nevermind that life is what it is and if you want to change out your card to you should allowed to do so. We go through that process and they said now I need to wait 15 min for the system to reset my account. After some small talk, the call is ended NOT BY me. I had other things to do so I come back later. Not only can I NOT ACCESS MY ACCOUNT BUT ITS NOW SAYING I AM PERMANENTLY LOCKED OUT and to CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE. Not Zelle’s greatest moment. I just deleted the app.

App Privacy

The developer, Early Warning Services, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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