When it comes to banking on the go and at all hours– our mobile banking solutions deserve two thumbs up!
Mobile Banking Features
- Mobile Deposit
- View account balances
- Set up customizable account alerts
- Receive on-demand balance information through text banking
- Make transfers
- Turn on/off your Debit Card
- Set Card Controls or Card Alerts
Download the TSB Mobile App today!
Mobile Banking FAQs
For questions regarding Card Controls or to report fraud please contact us at 860-496-2152 or visit www.torringtonsavings.bank for more information.
Yes, with a single tap, you can immediately disable a debit card. When a card is blocked, new purchases and ATM transactions are declined. You can easily remove the block on the card at any time. Changes are immediate.
- Sign in using Torrington Savings Bank’s Mobile Banking app
- Select Cards from the menu
- Swipe through to select the required card
- Tap the Block Card. The Block Card option turns green.
Card Alerts allow you to receive push notification or e-mail alerts notifying you of recent debit card transactions. You can activate or deactivate card alerts, set card alerts for all transactions, international transactions, transactions over a specified maximum amount, or specific types of merchants and/or transaction types.
Card Controls allow you to take control of your Torrington Savings Bank Debit Cards through Mobile Banking, so you can define when, where, and how your card is used. With a few taps, you can instantly block all transactions, restrict card usage to specific types of merchants and/or transaction types, or specific geographical regions.
To enroll in text banking, please log in to the full online banking website, go to Service Center, and choose Text Banking. For a list of text banking commands and FAQs, please click the question mark (“?”) icon in the right hand corner of the “Register Phone Number.”
Yes! When logged into mobile banking, click on Banking Services, then “Manage Fingerprint/FaceID” and follow the prompts.
For the mobile app, use the “Forgot your password?” prompt on the log in screen. If you are still having difficulties, we are here to help. Just call 866-987-7603.
We are certain that you will enjoy the functionality of Torrington Savings Bank’s Mobile Banking product. While mobile banking is a safe, effective method of conducting your banking transactions, you should keep in mind the following precautions:
- Password-protect your mobile device and lock your device when it’s not in use. Keep your mobile device in a safe location.
- Never disclose personal information about your accounts via text message, i.e. account numbers, passwords, or any combination of information that can be used to steal your identity.
- If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, immediately contact your financial institution.
- Do not hack or modify your device, as this will leave it susceptible to infection from a virus or Trojan. When possible, install mobile security software on your device (if it’s available). Some mobile security solutions include: AhnLab Mobile Security, avast! PDA Edition, Kaspersky Mobile Security, and Norton Smartphone Security.
- Be aware that malware exists and fraudulent applications will continue to pop up.
- Don’t download applications onto your phone without checking them out first. Verify the legitimacy of an application with your financial institution before downloading it to your smartphone- verify that the app publisher or seller is your financial institution, or if possible, go through your financial institution’s website to download the application.
- Report any banking application that appears to be malicious to your financial institution right away.
- Monitor your financial records and accounts on a regular basis. This will enable you to spot any suspicious activity.
- If you have been a victim of identity theft, contact your financial institution immediately. You should also place a fraud alert on your credit report and continue to review your credit reports, close the accounts that you know (or believe) have been tampered with or opened fraudulently, and file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).