Ventura County Credit Union is pleased to offer Mobile Banking and Mobile Payments. Simply follow the instructions below and enjoy the convenience and security of having your VCCU accounts at your fingertips.
Getting started is easy!
See how quick and easy it is to register right from your mobile device. Watch our video to learn how!
Download the VCCU Mobile Banking app* on all of your Apple or Android devices:
Once the app is downloaded and installed:
It's that simple! After you have logged into the app you can start enjoying all of the time-saving, convenient features Mobile Banking has to offer. You will be able to do it all, from checking your balances to transferring money to depositing checks, all from your Apple, Samsung or Android device.
- Open the app
- Tap "Sign In"
- Use the same Username and Password as you do on Online Banking
- You're ready to use the VCCU Mobile Banking app!
* VCCU Mobile App requires Apple iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. VCCU Banking App requires Android version 4.0 and up.
VCCU Mobile Payments
Paying in stores is easier than ever when you use your VCCU MasterCard debit or credit card with Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay. Check out the video below to learn how to set up Mobile Wallet on your device.
The benefits you love
Add your VCCU debit and credit cards to the mobile payment app on your smart phone and get the same rewards, perks, security and convenience you already enjoy with your card.
More protection for your everyday purchases
Your personal information is never shared. Instead, a device account number or virtual account number is used to process your payment. Your full card number is never shown to the merchant and not stored on the mobile device.
Pay at participating merchants that display these symbols at checkout:
If you have any questions, please contact us at 805.477.4000 or send us an email at email@example.com (Do NOT send personal or account information via this standard email. This email box is not secure and confidential information should not be communicated in this manner.)