FIFTH THIRD BANK HSA
By Fifth Third Bank
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Save time and hassles while making the most of your HSA, HRA, and FSA health benefit accounts by quickly checking your balances and details. Our secure app makes managing your health benefits easy through real-time access and intuitive navigation to all your important account information on the go! Powerful features of the app include:
Easy, Convenient & Secure
• Simply login to the intuitive app using your same health benefits website username and password (or follow alternative instructions if provided)
Connects You with the Details
• Quickly check available balances 24/7
• View charts summarizing account(s)
• View claims requiring receipts
• Click to call or email Customer Service
Provides Additional Time-Saving Options (if supported or applicable to your account(s))
• File a claim towards your medical FSA and HRA
• Take or upload a picture of a receipt and submit for a new or existing claim
• View, contribute and distribute HSA transactions
• Using Expense Tracker, enter medical expense information and supporting documentation to store for later use in paying claims via your health benefits website
• Report a debit card as lost or stolen
Powered by WEX Health®
What's New in Version 4.6
If supported or applicable to your account(s), our app version 4.6 provides you with the ability to:
•Pay the provider during claim filing
•Adding a payee during claim filing and HSA distribution
•Uploading a receipt image from the camera roll
This app is a glorified way to check your HSA balance, and requires exactly as much work as just doing it on the web page, but with less functionality and more bugs.
It cannot save a username, password or use TouchID, and every time you switch to another app (even momentarily), it logs you out. It doesn't even have a username/password reset feature.
Once you finally get into your account (which took me 15 minutes, and several trips to the actual Fifth Third HSA website), the only thing you can do is see your balances and statement. I don't know where the "make a transaction" screenshot came from on the App Store, but sure as heck didn't come from the app.
Fifth Third has a long tradition of releasing half-conceived and poorly-tested apps into the world, and this one is in keeping. Save your time and just go the website to log in... you know, like you did in 2005.