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Marquette Personal Finance

Personal Finance is a digital money management tool, integrated into online and mobile banking, that empowers you to take control of your finances and simplify your life. Budgeting, account aggregation, categorization, and mobile access are just a few of the tools to guide you along your way.



Mobile Check Deposit

It's easier than ever to deposit checks directly to your personal or business checking account with your smart phone.  Click here for more information. Business customers please contact the Treasury Solutions Department at cm@emarquettebank.com for enrollment assistance.

 

 

Marquette Bank together with Zelle

 

Marquette Bank is excited to bring you Zelle -- a new way for our customers to send money in minutes* to almost anyone you know who has a bank account in the U.S

 

 

Download our Marquette Bank Mobile App to get started using Zelle

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/marquette-bank-mobile-banking/id532419390

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mfoundry.mb.android.mb_071004284


Browser Compatibility

To make full use of our Online Banking system we recommend that you always run the latest version of your Internet browser. 




Welcome to Marquette Bank

CUSTOMER SCAM ALERT - BEWARE OF FAKE REQUESTS FOR YOUR INFORMATION



Scammers, fraudsters and criminals have increased efforts in Chicagoland trying to trick you into giving them your sensitive, personal and private information.





IMPORTANT :  Marquette Bank will NEVER contact you by phone, email or text to ask you for sensitive information like your usernames, passwords, one-time text passcodes, debit card PINs or payment codes.  Always ignore requests related to your banking or private information like: date of birth, SSN, debit or credit card numbers.  Instead, hang-up and contact us by using the phone number on your statement or on our website.  You cannot trust Caller ID: criminals are able to “spoof” calls to make it look like the call is coming from a bank, your mobile phone provider, a government office (like “Social Security Administration” or IRS) or even a family member (like generic “Mom”). Unfortunately, these days you are unable to trust an incoming phone call. ANYTIME a caller asks for sensitive, private or personal information: ALWAYS hang-up and call the company through authorized customer service numbers. Consider screening your calls. Note: criminals may try to trick you into calling a “safe” number, but always be aware of the numbers you are dialing and make sure they match legitimate published numbers (on the back of your cards, on account statements or official company websites). Remember, these bogus requests may arrive through calls, texts or emails. Stay alert.



Be sure to turn on your debit card alerts within Mobile Banking.

Call us at 1-888-254-9500 with questions.

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