Capital City Bank Mobile Banking
By Capital City Bank
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Capital City Bank Mobile Banking enables clients to use their iPhone or iPad any time and from anywhere to view account balances, transaction history and alerts, as well as initiate account transfers and pay bills. Online banking from Capital City Bank is a free service** that supports all account types including checking, savings, money market, certificates of deposit and loans.
**iPhone and iPad wireless service providers' rates may apply for connectivity and usage.
What's New in Version 10.0.5207
- Bug fixes
- Performance enhancements
Good except for some glitches
I like the app but there are a few problems:
• when transferring money between accounts, it does not show the current balance on the accounts... it has been showing the same balance for me for the past few months and I’ve made quite a few transactions and deposits
• text alerts don’t work! I’ve signed up twice and it does not tell me anything, ever
• when using mobile deposit, it took me a few times of trying to post the check to have it go through. It said there was no endorsement detected but my signature was there and very clear
Other than that, transactions show up immediately and balances on accounts are accurate.
App works well except for mobile deposits
I use the app frequently. It works well for checking out account balances and transferring money between accounts. My only problem with the app is the Mobile Deposit function. I am able to deposit personal checks without an issue, but business style checks rarely go through. 9.5 out of ten times it says it can’t read the routing and account numbers on the bottom of the check. This is a HUGE inconvenience. My husband or I have to drive 30-45 minutes to deposit checks every other week.
I always have to double check that my deposit when through. Even though it says successfully submitted and accepted, I’ve had it reject it twice afterwards. (I have the screenshots to prove it) that in return delays the deposit, throwing everything off. I appreciate the convenience of having a mobile deposit option, just wish I could trust it to actually deposit when it says it will.