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Description

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).
GET STARTED:
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 5.4.0

We make regular updates to our application to improve performance, add new features, and fix bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
288.8K Ratings

288.8K Ratings

Keith-Chi-Town ,

Banking Fixed!

Zelle has literally fixed banking and money transferring. I can’t tell you how much of a hassle it was to buy a team member a birthday gift and collect money from everyone else. Someone wired the money from their bank and stuck me with a $15 wire fee. Another person used PayPal, but must have sent it as a business purchase because they deducted 2.75% (then I had to wait 2 days while PayPal transferred my money to my bank). One person send me a bloody check! I also transferred cash from a checking account at one of my banks to my checking account at another bank. My primary bank put a 2 day hold on MY MONEY!

When I heard that my bank now support Zelle, I was THRILLED! I set it up (both banks), did a transfer, and the money was there IMMEDIATELY! I have a tenant who pays me rent monthly (well, almost monthly) via Zelle. We both love it. I get a notification the moment he sends it. My account is credited that very moment.

Zelle has made moving money around soooooo much easier! It’s amazing that they’re able to do what banks have been either unwilling or unable to do, despite years of experience.

LaKrSh ,

Unable to verify password

When you make an app that directly links a user's DEBIT CARD to their account (with no other options or protections provided), you'd better make sure it's operational, but instead we have this.

About a week ago, I got a 3:45AM text from Zelle for an automatic transfer (no one was sending me money that early in the morning). I went to change notification settings -- only to discover that I needed my password to turn off their text messaging. That's when I realized I had forgotten my password. At the time I couldn't find any place on their app to reset it, and because I have an outside bank, I don't have access to a web account. I did try "forgot password?" on the Zelle portal but never received an email. This didn't lock me out of my account; I just couldn't make any account changes.

Fast forward to today -- the app has logged me out (possibly due to an update?), and while it does now give me a "forgot password" option, after resetting it, I get the error message "unable to verify password." I even wrote it down to make sure I re-entered it correctly, but no luck. And that's where I am stuck -- completely locked out of my account. I am beyond frustrated. I use this to get money transfers from family, and I never had a single issue with clearxchange. Now with this forced switchover to Zelle, I can't do even the simplest task. Either fix the app or give us a website, because right now this is absolutely useless.

Razputen ,

Limitations for Multiple Accounts

Zelle will be great if you are part of their network. However. If you happen to have multiple debit cards (in my case 2), you can change which account you want funds to go to or from however doing so will erase the history of your account. This was fine for me as I used it for personal transactions and never really needed it for anything else. However I did have a need to change accounts every now and then so I could save myself the hassle of having to wire myself money after receiving money. Or so I thought. I had first created an account with my old phone number and it was great. I then had to port my number, NOT CHANGE IT, and then I was locked out. Why? Zelle does not support Google Voice or any numbers like it. I was ultimately frustrated but fine. I understand the security issue. I signed up with my new phone number. Everything was going great. I used it for a few months and tried changing my account (again, back and forth between the same 2 accounts for years), then it locked me out. The representative tells me my account can never use the zelle app again because I was too “new” and changed my debit information too many times. So I said fine, I’ll keep the information the same just give me access to my account. They said no. I need to go through one of their national level partner banks and use it through them. I can never use the zelle app again. So I won’t.

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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