How do I enroll into RDA?
Enrollment is quick and easy. If you are an existing client with personal online banking and you have provided your email address to us, you are automatically enrolled for this feature. If you do not have personal online banking, simply contact our Client Service Center at 888-677-7869, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 7:00PM and Saturdays from 8:00AM to 12:00PM EST to request online access. You may also contact us via secure email from our website and a Client Service Team Member will contact you within two business days.
Is RDA safe?
Yes, mobile banking uses the same security infrastructure as online banking and your data is encrypted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) data encryption. Access to the application on your mobile device is also password protected. In the event your mobile device is lost, please note that no account data is stored on it.
How much does it cost?
RDA is currently a free service. Message and data rates may apply. Contact your wireless carrier for details.
What are the eligibility requirements for RDA?
Any personal client, including Sole Proprietors, who maintain their accounts with the Bank in good standing.
Can I access my account from more than one mobile device?
Where can I see images of the checks I have deposited?
From the dashboard, scroll to the Deposit Check widget which will list recent remote deposits. Select one and it displays the submitted date and the images that were submitted. Check images can also be found in the transaction history.
Is there any reason that my check may not be accepted?
Yes. The system may be unable to read your check due to the handwriting, check condition, or photo quality. If that is the case, you will need to bring your check to an Orrstown Bank Branch.
When will my deposit be available?
Deposits are memo posted to your accounts after 10:00PM EST. To ensure same day posting, the deposit must be made prior to 3:00PM EST. Deposits made after this time and weekend deposits will be posted to your account on the next business day.
What if I need to cancel an RDA?
Simply contact our Client Service Center at 888-677-7869 prior to the daily cut-off to request that a deposited item be cancelled. The Bank needs appropriate time to take the cancellation step and requests made just prior to the daily cutoff may not be able to be enacted upon due to call volumes, team member availability, etc.
Will a hold be placed on my deposit?
Funds deposited through RDA are generally (fully) available within 1 business day. Our standard deposit hold policy applies.
How do I install the app on my mobile device?
Mobile banking with RDA is currently available on Apple® iOS and Android™ devices. Search for “Orrstown Bank Mobile Banking” and install the app. Once installed on your mobile device select the Orrstown Bank icon to launch the application. Your login is the same as your current online banking User ID and password. If you do not have online banking, please contact our Client Service Center at 888-677-7869, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 7:00PM and Saturdays from, 8:00AM to 12:00PM, EST.
How do I make a deposit using Remote Deposit Anywhere?
- Launch the app and log in.
- From the Dashboard or main menu click Deposit Check.
- Click on Make a Deposit.
- Enter the amount of the check and select Continue.
- Select the account to deposit the check
- Take a picture of the front of the check
- Take a picture of the back of the check
- Click “Submit”
What do I do with the check after it’s deposited?
Write the word “VOID” across the check(s). We ask that you securely store the paper checks with your confirmation number in a file marked “MOBILE DEPOSITS” for 30 days. Once the retention period has passed and you have confirmed that the deposit has been properly credited to your account via online/mobile banking or bank statement, you may destroy the check(s) (e.g. shred).
How do I know Orrstown Bank has received my deposit?
Upon submission of a mobile deposit you will receive a confirmation screen confirming your deposit has been received. You can also view recently submitted items (last 30-days) in the RDA transaction screen. Finally, you can also confirm your deposit in your account via online/mobile banking or on your statement after your deposit request has been processed. If we have an email address on your account, you will also receive an email confirmation that your deposit has been accepted. Mobile deposits are processed Monday – Friday after 10:00PM EST, with the exception of holidays. Items processed after 3:00PM EST are processed the following business day after 10:00PM.
How should I endorse checks that I submit through RDA?
Your signature, "for mobile deposit only", and the account number to which the deposit is being made are required.
PLEASE NOTE: If the back of the check is not properly endorsed, Orrstown Bank reserves the right to reject the check for deposit.
P2P is a secure consumer online person-to-person payment service that allows you to electronically send money to virtually anyone who's enrolled with an email address and a U.S. bank account.
Activating is quick and easy. If you are an existing client with personal online banking, you will need to add the P2P option to your online banking dashboard (My NetTeller) by selecting the ‘Send Money’ widget option from the ‘Configure’ menu.
If you do not have personal online banking, simply contact our Client Service Center, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 7:00PM and Saturdays from 8:00AM to 12:00PM EST to request online access. You may also contact us via secure email from our website and a Client Service Team Member will contact you within two business days.
Note: If you are not using My NetTeller, You will first need to go to 'My NetTeller' - It is just below the 'online banking' link on top left side. Once you click on 'My NetTeller', you will see the option to 'Configure'. You might want to customize your Internet Banking page to look the way you want while you are in 'My NetTeller'.
No. This is currently a free service.
Upon enrollment, P2P allows you to send payments to virtually anyone with an email address and a U.S. bank account. Payees are added by creating a new payee and going through a safe and secure payee enrollment process. You will be required to enter the payee’s name and email address, as well as a short confirmation code before a new payee can receive payments.
New payees are required to follow a secure link from an email that will be sent to the email address provided. They will be required to enter a security phrase that you have created and provided them with to confirm their authority to receive payments. They will then be required to enter their account information for the account for which they would like to receive payments.
Once the new payee is added all you will have to do is enter the payee's name in the new payment field for future payments.
Is P2P available from the Mobile App?
Yes. P2P is available in the latest Orrstown Mobile App. You can download the latest Orrstown Mobile App from Google Play Store or ITunes App Store.
How long do payment deposits take?
Payments should take approximately two to three business days to be completed.
What if I forget what the Keyword was?
Access the Sendmoney Widget on the My Account tab. The payment will be listed in a Pending Status. Hover your mouse over pending and the keyword will appear.
How can I Stop or Edit a payment?
Access Sendmoney Widget from the My NetTeller dashboard. Then click on the My Accounts tab. From there you can edit or stop a pending transaction.
What if the Receiver refuses my payment?
You will be notified via e-mail that the Receiver has refused the payment. Only new Receivers have the ability to refuse the payment.
What if the Receiver ignores the e-mail?
The system will send a reminder e-mail every three days. If the Receiver hasn’t followed the necessary steps by the 9th day, the payment will be stopped and the system will send you a notification.
How can I change the account where my payments are sent from?
Contact us directly at 1-888-677-7869 to change the account number. Only one account can be used at a time.
Can I send payments from my Savings account?
No, only payments from Checking accounts are allowed.
How do I send a payment to a Receiver I have used in the past?
When typing the Receiver Name and/or e-mail address, let the system prefill the information for you. This will indicate you have sent a payment to this Receiver before and the verification process does not need to reoccur.
Instructions for resetting your password can be found by clicking here.
Online banking supports Current and Prior Major Release of the following browsers:
Safari - Apple/ Mac Users Only
The supported browsers above are for use with the traditional online banking interface and devices (desktop/laptop), and do not apply to use with mobile devices (phones/tablets). If using a phone or tablet to access online banking outside of an app, functionality and appearance may vary from the traditional interface.
You will need to check the security preferences within your browser software. Each browser is different. The settings are typically found under the File, Preference option on your toolbar.
Two-factor authentication is a method of identity verification using two different components, such as a password and a one-time verification code sent to your mobile device. This method combines something you have (a code) with something you know (a password). Two-factor authentication is more effective in securing account access than a password alone, making it more difficult for criminals to access your accounts.
I'm receiving my two-factor authentication code by phone. How does that work?
Selecting a phone call to deliver your two-factor authentication code will send a phone call to the phone number provided. When you answer the call, the system will say, "This is your Orrstown Online Banking verification code." Once the digit given by the system is pressed, the automated voice will say the code.
Must I have "Cookies" enabled to use online banking?
Yes, your browser must accept "Cookies" to utilize this service. Each browser version handles "Cookies" uniquely. Please check with your browser software manufacturer to determine how to verify that your settings will accept "Cookies."
How do I clear "Cookies" from my browser?
For detailed instructions on clearing "Cookies" in Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft, click here.
How do I remove a saved password from my browser?
For detailed instructions on clearing saved passwords in Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Safari, or Opera, click here.
What happens if I don't log off of the system?
Online banking has a 10 minute time-out feature. If you are logged in for 10 consecutive minutes without using online banking, you will have to log in again to resume banking.
What happens if I forget my online banking PIN?
You are allowed three attempts to enter your PIN. If unsuccessful after the third attempt, you will be locked out of online banking for a 24 hour time period. After the 24 hour period, you may attempt to log in again. Immediate access may be regained by calling our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869 during regular business hours.
How late in the day can I make a transfer?
Transfers can be made at any time. However, please note the transfer cut-off time is 4:00 p.m. ET during regular banking days, which excludes weekends and Federal holidays. Any transfer made after 4:00 p.m. ET will be processed the next business day.
When viewing my current transactions, why do I see electronic transactions and online banking transfers duplicated?
You may see the electronic transactions, which include online banking transfers, twice during our "end of day processing." End of day processing is required for your transactions to be updated. This process begins each evening and lasts several hours. The duplicate transactions will disappear at the end of the processing day.
How do I add or delete accounts to my existing online banking relationship?
Please contact our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869 or by visiting any of our branch offices.
How do I add the optional Bill Payment service if I did not select it when I applied for online banking?
Please contact our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869 or by visiting any of our branch offices.
When and how are bill payments processed?
Scheduled payments are processed Monday through Friday at 3:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (EST). Payments will be processed the evening before they are scheduled and sent the morning of the requested processing day. If payment is by check, the check is mailed the following morning. Please note, it can take 7 - 10 days for the check to be mailed and processed. Please consider adjusting the payment date to account for this delay. Electronic payments also go out the morning after a payment is processed. Since electronic payments are processed through the Federal Reserve, we can't guarantee when the payments will be deducted from your account. However, this process generally takes two days.
How do I know if a merchant is electronic or check capable?
Once you have set up the vendor/merchant, you can look at the View Payees screen and see a field that will tell you if the vendor accepts electronic or check payments.
Are payments processed on holidays?
No. Payments are processed at the first cutoff time following the holiday (3:00 a.m.).
Whom can I pay with Bill Pay?
You can pay anyone in the United States, from your next door neighbor, to the utility company, to a child in college across the country. The only restriction is that you cannot pay any Government Agencies.
Are there any minimum or maximum payment amounts?
Yes. The minimum payment amount is $1.00. The maximum payment amount is $9,999.99.
How far in advance can I schedule payments?
A recurring scheduled payment can be set up in advance to any date in the future. A one time payment can be set up to be sent up to five years in the future.
What happens if I have a scheduled payment that falls over a weekend or holiday?
Scheduled payments that fall over a weekend will be processed on Friday evening. Any new payments that are scheduled over the weekend, for the current weekend, will be processed during the 3:00 a.m. Monday morning processing time. Holiday processing is done the following day after the holiday.
On the Payment History page, how much history will be available?
Currently, payment history is kept for a year.
Will the memo field from the scheduled payment be printed on the check sent to the payee?
No, the memo field is for your personal use and is stored electronically at your financial institution with the record of your transaction. The account number that you entered when adding the payee to your Personal Payee List is printed on the check. This lets the payee know to which account the payment should be applied.
Can I stop a payment?
Yes, by calling our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869. Stop payments can also be done using online banking by selecting Stop Payment in the drop-down box beside your checking account.
Can I get a copy of a cancelled check?
Yes, by calling our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869.
On the Payment History page, what does the "Status" field indicate?
Following is a table of the available status values and their associated definitions:
Status Value Definition
Pending - The payment has been processed, but not yet sent.
Processed - The payment has been sent and processed.
Hold - The payment has a research request on it. This usually means the payment is incomplete, but can be processed when the issue is resolved.
Stopped - The consumer or Bill Payment service has stopped the payment. Once stopped, the payment cannot be processed again.
Can I post-date recurring payments?
Yes, but this must be done prior to the payment date.
Can I post-date a single payment?
Yes, just set the payment date for any date in the future. Single payments are actually set up into two categories: current and future payments, which allow the user to schedule payments in the future or for the current date.
Can I edit vendor addresses?
No, if a vendor's address changes, you must set them up as a new payee with the correct address and delete the old payee record.
Can I have multiple payments to the same payee on the same day?
You can make multiple payments to the same payee as long as the amounts are different. For your protection, the system will not pay duplicate items on the same day.
When will I be charged for the optional Bill Pay service?
Only business clients are charged for Bill Pay and then, only when they make more than 10 payments per month.
“Manage Cards” is a new feature that allows you to turn your Orrstown Debit card “on” or “off” as you desire. When the card is “on”, transactions are allowed as normal. When the card is “off”, no purchases or withdrawals are approved until you turn the card back “on”.
The most common uses of this feature include:
If you temporarily misplace your debit card – this feature allows you peace of mind while you search, locate, and eventually turn your card back “on”.
If your card is actually lost or stolen, this feature allows you to set the card to “Lost/Stolen” and indicate to Orrstown that you require a new card to be mailed to your residence.
If you want to keep your card “off” between purchases for extra security – this feature allows you to be in control of when and how your card can be used. This greatly reduces the possibility for fraud on your account.
No Action or enrollment is required for you to use this feature. If you are a client with an active debit card, this feature is available without an action within your Mobile application or within Online Banking.
Can I use this to activate a new debit card?
Yes, you can activate your card with the Orrstown Mobile app or by calling 1-844-290-4126.
What does the suspend function mean?
Suspend will temporarily disable your debit card (effectively turning your card “off”) and any new Point of Sale transactions after card suspension will be declined.
How do I activate a suspended card?
Using the Orrstown mobile app you can activate your suspended card (turn the card back “on”).
I lost my debit card, how can I report this as lost or stolen?
Using Online or Mobile Banking you can report your card as lost or stolen. If you do not leverage mobile or online banking – please use the normal channels (Branch or our Call Center) to report the situation immediately. You can also leverage Your Orrstown to report Fraud or Lost/Stolen Cards.
How do I install the Orrstown mobile app on my mobile device?
Mobile banking is currently available on Apple® iOS and Android™ devices. Search for “Orrstown Bank Mobile Banking” and install the app. Once installed on your mobile device select the Orrstown Bank icon to launch the application. Your login is the same as your current online banking User ID and password.
How do I set up the app to manage my debit card?
To manage your card through the app, try one or both of the following:
1. If you go into the account associated with your debit card, you should have a “Manage Cards” option in a list. (Transactions, Transfer, Deposit Check, Manage Cards, Documents, Settings)
2. You should also be able to add the Manage Cards widget on your dashboard. From your Dashboard, scroll to the bottom of the screen and select “Organize Dashboard”. Use the plus button in the upper right of the screen to select the widgets you want to include on your dashboard .
If I believe my Card has been lost and stolen or my PIN compromised – should I report this to the Bank or is using the Online and Mobile Banking feature sufficient?
While the Online and Mobile features will notify us that you have lost your Card, we still recommend contacting us via telephone or branch at your convenience to review your account and ensure no further action is required.
In general, if you tell us within two (2) business days (via Online, Mobile, Branch or Call-Center) you can lose no more than $50 if someone used your card or PIN without your permission.
If you do not tell us within two (2) business days after you learn of the loss or theft of your Card or PIN, and we can prove we could have stopped someone from using your card or PIN without your permission if you had told us, you could lose as much as $500.
If you do not have online banking, please contact our Client Service Center at 1-888-677-7869, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 7:00PM and Saturdays from, 8:00AM to 12:00PM ET.
If I have a scheduled payment setup to automatically charge my Orrstown debit card each month, will the authorization still work if I have my card turned “off”?
No, If you have your card turned “off” during the period when the Merchant attempts to process this monthly charge, (in most cases) this authorization will fail.
Most merchants accept a variety of alternative automatic payments that we can help setup if you prefer to keep your debit card turned “off”.
Telephone Banking is a free service that allows all clients to interact with an automated voice response unit for common questions. Telephone Banking can give you automated balance information, facilitate funds transfers, and help you manage your debit card. This service is available 24x7, even when our branch network is closed.
Telephone Banking is free for all clients of Orrstown Bank.
All clients are automatically enrolled and eligible to use the service after opening their accounts. Upon your first use of the system, you will be required to establish a PIN that will be used for security purposes during interactions with the system.
Clicking “add payee” at the top of the payments page will walk you through a one time, step-by-step setup process to gather key information used to send your payments.
When adding payee, choose the “pay an individual” option. Whether you have their deposit account information or not, there are options readily available to send your payment.
Payments can be made on Holidays and weekends but Holidays and weekends are designated as ineligible for payment processing and will affect the dates available to select when scheduling your payments.
To set up a recurring payment, click the “make it recurring” link located in the “Action” column of your payee on the payment page. Enter the amount; select the pay from account and the frequency you want your payments to be automatically scheduled.
Can I see payments that will process more than 45 days from now?
Yes. You can view all your scheduled payments by clicking the “view more” link located in the “Pending” section of your payment page or the “view pending transactions” link available below the schedule payment section of your payment page.
Is there a cutoff date for editing or stopping a payment
Yes. Your ability to edit or stop a payment after 3:00 PM EST on its designated process date will be unavailable while funds for bill payment are being verified. Payments that pass verification are processed and cannot be edited or stopped. Payments that fail verification due to insufficient funds can be edited or stopped until 3:00 PM EST.
What is my transaction history?
Your transaction history helps you keep track of your payments with customized reports and providing a detailed timeline of each transaction that you have scheduled within bill pay.
How long are records stored in my transaction history?
Your transaction history will allow you to report transactions up to 18 months from the current date.
What is an eBill?
eBills present due dates and amounts from your billing statement to alert you when it’s time to schedule payments.
How do I set up an eBill?
Your payee must have a website available to view your bill online to be eligible for eBills. If your payee is eligible for eBills in bill pay you will need to provide the credentials to access the bill information for that payee.
How does autopay work?
Autopay will schedule a payment for you when your new eBill arrives based on your preferences.
Can I add another Pay From account?
A Pay From account can be added by accessing “My Account” and clicking the “Add Account” link located in the pay from account section.
How do I edit Pay From account information?
A Pay From account can be edited by accessing “My Account”, clicking the “View Account” link and clicking “edit” next to the pay from account.
Named after its original developers (Europay, MasterCard® and Visa®), EMV chip technology is the global technical standard for new “smart” credit cards and debit cards and the payment terminals and automated teller machines (ATMs) that accept them. In addition to “smart cards” or “chip cards,” you might also hear terms like “Chip and PIN” or “Chip and Signature” when people refer to EMV. This technology uses embedded microprocessor chips that store and protect cardholder data. These chips can be embedded in debit cards, like the new card you have (or soon will) receive from Orrstown Bank.
What are the advantages of EMV chip technology?
- Chip cards are extremely difficult to counterfeit and require special equipment to read, which greatly decreases the probability of fraud.
- Each chip card transaction is approved using a unique encrypted authentication code which helps prevent fraudsters from making additional purchases with stolen card data.
Why are chip card transactions more secure?
Chip card transactions offer you advanced security in-store and at the ATM by making every transaction unique. Using the EMV technology also makes your Orrstown chip card more difficult to counterfeit or copy. If the card data and the one-time code are stolen, the information cannot be used to create counterfeit cards and commit fraud.
How does chip technology work?
An EMV-enabled device (like a terminal in a store, or an ATM) will communicate with the chip inside your Orrstown EMV chip card to determine whether or not the card is authentic. The terminal usually will prompt you to sign or enter your Personal Identification Number (PIN) to validate your identity. This process enhances the authentication of both the card and client, effectively reducing the possibility that business will accept a counterfeit card. During a purchase, some merchants may (or may not) ask you to enter your PIN, depending on the type and amount of your transaction being processed. This behavior is perfectly normal and should not give rise to concern.
During the transition to chip, you can swipe your card as you normally would and follow the prompts. If the terminal is chip-enabled, it will prompt you to insert your card instead. If you already know your chip card works at a store you visit, just start by inserting your card.
These basic steps will help ensure successful transactions:
- Insert your card with the chip toward the terminal, facing up. Do not remove until prompted.
- Provide your signature or PIN as prompted by the terminal. Some transactions may not require either.
- When the terminal says the transaction is complete, remove your card.
- When you use your chip card to follow the prompts on the terminal and leave your card inserted until prompted to remove it, and
- Don’t forget to take the card out once the terminal tells you it is ok to do so.
But aren’t a lot of stores not accepting chip cards?
Merchants have some incentives to start investing in the technology required to allow clients to use chip cards in their stores.
- Liability shift: If a counterfeit magnetic stripe card is presented at a merchant using a chip certified terminal, the liability for the counterfeit fraud generally will be the responsibility of the card issuer; but, if a client uses a chip card at a merchant that hasn’t had its terminals certified for chip card acceptance, liability for counterfeit fraud ultimately may shift to the merchant. Industry experts hope that this liability shift encourages greater adoption of the technology, since using it helps to better protect everyone.
- As more users adopt the technology, it is expected that fraudsters will start targeting those who haven’t adapted to the change – and fraud is expensive for everyone.
- Merchants adopting the new technology can get other cost savings benefits as well: certain fees ordinarily charged to the merchants may be waived.
What if the terminal doesn’t accept chip cards?
Your card still has a magnetic stripe on the back, so even if a terminal is not yet chip-enabled, you can use your card as you do today. This allows you to continue using your new cards wherever you shop while merchants are adapting to the new requirements.
Will my EMV debit card work at all ATMs?
Yes, your EMV debit card will work at both a chip-enabled ATM and at ATMs where only magnetic stripe transactions are accepted.
Will anything change during my online purchases?
No. You will use your chip card for online purchases by following the same process you do today.
Can I use my chip card outside of the U.S.?
Yes. Chip cards are widely used in outside the U.S., and they are accepted in more than 80 countries. Having a chip card may make it even easier for you to make purchases when you travel internationally.
Do I still have to notify you when I travel internationally?
Orrstown does recommend that you let us know when you are travelling overseas, or even in areas within the United States where you don’t normally use your card. This allows us to more easily identify when transactions might be fraudulent – and that is good for everyone!
Once ordered, your new card likely will take 7 to 10 days business days to arrive to you, via regular mail.
You can activate your EMV debit card with the Orrstown Mobile application or by calling 1-844-290-4126.
Will my card number change with EMV and why?
Yes, To enhance security your new EMV debit card will have a different account number, expiration date, and 3-digit verification code. Be sure to update all recurring payments associated with your old debit card, such as PayPal ® , gym memberships, utilities, E-ZPass, etc. A great way to ensure you don't forget to change any payments is to review your three most recent bank statements.
What about recurring payments on my old debit card?
Just like anytime you get a new card, don’t forget to update your recurring payments with your new card number, expiration date, and the 3-digit security code (located on the back of your card) where required.
- Go to Wallet and tap Add Credit or Debit Card.
- Follow the steps to add a new card. If you're asked to add the card that you use with iTunes, just enter its security code.
- Tap Next. Orrstown Bank will verify your information and decide if you can add your card to Apple Pay.
- After we verify your card, tap Next. Then you can begin using Apple Pay.
What do I need to use Apple Pay?
In stores, you can use Apple Pay on your iPhone or Apple Watch. Within apps, you can use Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Within websites in Safari, you can use Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
To use Apple Pay with Safari on a Mac model without built-in Touch ID, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay and turn on Allow Payments on Mac.
How do I use Apple Pay?
You can use Apple Pay in stores, within apps, and on websites in Safari. When paying in stores with Apple Pay in some countries and regions, if your transaction exceeds a certain amount, you might need to enter your PIN. In some cases, you might need to sign a receipt or use a different payment method.
How do I pay using Apple Pay?
- In-Store Purchase
To make an in-store purchase with your iPhone® just hold your device near the contactless reader with your finger while holding down Touch ID™. A subtle vibration and beep will confirm the transaction is complete. To make an in-store purchase with your Apple Watch, double-click the side button and hold the face of your device near the contactless reader. A gentle pulse and tone confirm that the transaction is complete.
- In-App Purchase
To make a purchase in-app with your iPhone®, select Apple Pay as the payment option in the app and place your finger on the Touch ID.
How secure is Apple Pay?
Apple Pay is safer than using a traditional credit or debit card. Every transaction on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac requires you to authenticate with Touch ID or your passcode. Your Apple Watch is protected by the passcode that only you know, and your passcode is required every time you put on your Apple Watch. Your card number and identity aren’t shared with the merchant, and your actual card numbers aren’t stored on your device or on Apple servers.
What if my iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac is lost or stolen?
With Apple Pay, you authorize each purchase with Touch ID or your passcode. And every time you put on your Apple Watch, you need to enter your passcode to access it. These features help prevent other people from using Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac.
You can go to icloud.com/find or use the Find My iPhone app to suspend or permanently remove the ability to pay from that device with Apple Pay. Your cards will be suspended or removed from Apple Pay even if your device is offline and not connected to a cellular or Wi-Fi network. You can also call Orrstown Bank support to suspend or remove your cards from Apple Pay.
- You can add one or multiple cards to Google Pay.
- To add a card with your Android phone:
- Open the Google Pay app. If you have multiple Google Accounts in Google Pay: At the top left of the app, touch your name, then choose the account you want to add a card to.
- At the bottom right, tap +.
- Tap Add a credit or debit card.
- Use the camera to capture your card info or enter it yourself.
- If you’re asked to verify your card, choose a verification method from the list.
- Note: After you add a card, you might see a small temporary charge on your account. It won’t affect your balance and will disappear soon after.
Where can you use Google Pay?
You can pay with your Android compatible phone wherever you see one of these symbols.
- Navigate to and touch Apps > Samsung Pay.
- Navigate to and touch ADD > Add a credit card or debit card.
- Align your payment card inside the frame. Samsung Pay will automatically detect the card number and expiration date.
- Enter any remaining required information. Then, touch NEXT.
- Review the Terms of Service. Then, touch AGREE TO ALL.
- To authenticate your identity, touch the desired verification method.
- Enter your signature. Then, touch SAVE.
- To complete the process, touch DONE.
How do I get Samsung Pay?
Samsung Pay is automatically installed through a software update for eligible devices. Please visit the Samsung Pay site for a full list of compatible devices.
How do I pay using Samsung Pay?
Once your eligible Orrstown Card is registered to Samsung Pay, you may activate the Simple Pay feature of Samsung Pay by swiping your screen from the bottom, just above the Home key, towards the top of the screen.
The most recently added or used card is displayed. Swipe left or right to scroll through your registered payment cards.
When you have the desired card selected, place your finger on the Home key to verify your fingerprint or touch ENTER PIN to enter your Samsung Pay PIN.
Samsung Pay will indicate that you are ready to make a payment.
For NFC Payments
Hold the phone above the NFC reader on the payment terminal
Align the camera with the NFC logo
The two devices should be almost touching
For MST Payments
Hold the phone closely to the terminal
Align the camera to face the magnetic stripe card reader
The two devices should be almost touching
Using Samsung Pay on the Gear S3
Simply press and hold the back key to launch Samsung Pay on your Gear S3
Rotate the bezel to select a card
Tap to pay at any NFC or MST terminal
What if my Samsung device is lost or stolen?
If your device is lost or stolen, you can use Samsung’s Find My Mobile service to try to find it. We recommend remotely disabling the cards from Samsung Pay.
We also recommend notifying your mobile carrier and calling the Orrstown Bank number on the back of your card promptly. Mention that you added your card to Samsung Pay so we can disable your card for use with Samsung Pay. If you locate your device, you will need to add your card back to Samsung Pay before making any Samsung Pay purchases.
Digital Payments additional FAQs
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What is a Mobile Deposit (RDA)?
RDA (Remote Deposit Anywhere) is a service that allows you to deposit checks remotely with your Orrstown Bank Mobile Banking application. Click here to learn more.
How do I enroll in e-statements?
Enrollment is quick and easy. If you are an existing client with online banking and you have provided your email address to us, you can sign up for our FREE E-Statement. When you are logged in to online banking simply select E-Statement, Sign Up/Changes, and select the accounts you would like to enroll.
If you do not have online banking, you can stop in at your local branch or contact our Customer Service Center, Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 7:00PM and Saturdays from 8:00AM to 12:00PM EST to request online access. You may also contact us via secure email from our website and a Client Service Team Member will contact you within two business days. And, as always, you can visit one of our 23 branches where our Bankers will be more than happy to assist.
What is a Digital Payment?
Digital Payments lets you use your phone or laptop to quickly and securely pay with your Orrstown Bank Debit card. Digital Payments is a new technology that is also more secure than traditional (older) payment options. Shopping using a digital payment option is a great way to protect your account from unauthorized use. Please see our Digital Payments page for full details.
The default is to list accounts alphabetically. So you could modify the account alias in NetTeller if you want a specific order for all accounts. If you just care that one particular account is listed first, you can go into that account, choose Settings, then Prioritize in Accounts. If multiple accounts have “Prioritize in Accounts” selected, those will then sort alphabetically.