Frequently Asked Questions
Is the mobile app free to use?
We do not charge any fees to use Online Banking or our Mobile App. However, depending on your service provider and plan, data charges may apply.
- Where can I download the mobile app?
How secure is Online & Mobile Banking?
We use multiple layers of encryption to make sure that your money and your personal information is safe.
What is PAVE?
PAVE stands for Pay Anyone Very Easily. With PAVE, you can send money to anyone regardless of where they bank. All you need is their name and phone number or email address. They’ll receive a notification to securely enter their routing and account number or debit card number.
How long does it take for someone to receive money through PAVE?
The person you send money to will have 10 days to enter their information before the transaction is automatically cancelled. If they choose to enter their routing and account number, they will receive the money in 3-5 business days. If they choose to enter their debit card number, they will receive the money instantly.
Which accounts can I access through Online & Mobile Banking?
All accounts are accessible through Online & Mobile Banking. If you have a business account with OE Federal, visit our Business Online Banking page.
Where can I find more information about how to use Online & Mobile Banking?
We have a collection of how-to videos on our YouTube channel.
What can I do through Online & Mobile Banking?
Online & Mobile Banking allow you to do the majority of your banking needs. Some of the major features include transferring money between accounts, pay any OE Federal loan, send money to anyone at any financial institution with PAVE, deposit checks, pay bills with Bill Pay, schedule automatic transfers between accounts, set up balance alerts, view statements and transaction history, find OE Federal and ATM locations, apply for loans, open accounts, and contact our support team.
“Because of online banking, I can handle 99% of my banking needs without going into the branch; very convenient.”