Our online and mobile platforms are designed to transform the way you bank. Keesler Federal Everywhere empowers you to do more, wherever, whenever and however you want, so you can get on with what’s truly important – enjoying life. That’s a good thing.
Online banking built around you.
Keesler Federal Everywhere online and mobile banking empowers you to transform the way you bank.
Multiple account views
View all your Keesler Federal accounts in one glance.
Link to external accounts
Link to your accounts from other financial institutions.
Monitor your credit score
SavvyMoney shows you your credit score and ways to improve it.
Exactly what you need to help you manage your finances.
Card management tools
Lock/unlock debit and credit cards, send travel alerts and much more.
New alerts and notifications
Stay in constant touch with your accounts with custom alerts.
Set it up the way you want and keep your favorite features handy.
Remote check deposit
Deposit checks whenever you need to, from the comfort of your own home.
Create a new account and set up your profile.
Designate which accounts primary and joint account holders can view.
Link external accounts and set up online banking to fit your needs.
Turn off or freeze lost or stolen cards, set travels plans and more with the flip of a switch.
Deposit checks electronically from your mobile phone or desktop computer.
Transferring money internally or externally is easy.
Go paperless with eStatements.
Set notification alerts on your accounts.
Monitor transactions and analyze spending patterns!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is SavvyMoney?
SavvyMoney is a FREE credit score reporting program offered by Keesler Federal Credit Union that helps you stay on top of your credit and understand what your score represents. You get your latest credit score and report, the key factors that impact the score and the most up to date offers that your credit score earns you. With this program, you always know where you stand with your credit and how Keesler Federal can help save you money by reducing interest fees.
What is a SavvyMoney Credit Report?
The SavvyMoney Credit Report provides you all the information you would find on your credit file including a list of open loans, accounts and credit inquiries. You will also be able to see details on your payment history, credit utilization and public records that show up on your account. SavvyMoney pulls your credit profile from TransUnion, one of the three major credit reporting bureaus.
How often is my credit score updated within SavvyMoney?
If you are a regular online banking user, your credit score will be updated every month and displayed on your Keesler Everywhere home page. You can click “refresh score” as frequently as every day by navigating to the detailed SavvyMoney module.
Will checking my score in SavvyMoney affect my credit and possibly lower my credit score?
No. SavvyMoney is a “soft pull”, which does not affect your credit score. Lenders use “hard pulls” when making underwriting decisions about your loan requests which can reduce your credit score.
Does SavvyMoney offer credit report monitoring as well?
Yes, SavvyMoney monitors and sends email alerts when there has been a change to your credit profile.
Does SavvyMoney work on mobile devices?
Yes, SavvyMoney can be accessed on both mobile and tablet devices. On the mobile app, it is located under the “More Widgets” menu. From there, you would launch SavvyMoney.
Does Keesler Federal use SavvyMoney to make loan underwriting decisions?
No, Keesler Federal uses its own established methods for pulling member credit reports for loan decisions. SavvyMoney is strictly an educational tool for members to monitor and understand their credit scores.
How does SavvyMoney keep my financial information secure?
SavvyMoney uses bank level encryptions and other security measures to ensure your data is safe. Your information is never sold or shared with a third party.
Can a joint account holder also use SavvyMoney?
SavvyMoney pulls the credit score based on the information of the primary account holder only. A joint account holder would have to open their own account as a primary account holder to get their own SavvyMoney module.
Login here to explore SavvyMoney.
To ensure ACHs are set up correctly, a 14 digit number that includes the 4 digit share ID followed by your 10 digit account number is needed.
How to locate your account-specific 14 digit number from a desktop computer:
Log into Online Banking, click the “Accounts” widget, then select determined account. Once account page is displayed click “Account Details”. There you will find your 14 digit “MICR ACCOUNT NUMBER”.
How to locate your account-specific 14 digit number from a mobile device:
Bypass Snapshot view and log fully into Online Banking app, then select the determined account. Once account page is displayed click “Account Details” button. There you will find your 14 digit “MICR ACCOUNT NUMBER”.
The easiest way to tell is to check your statement in online banking under Statements or on the printed copy of your statement. The name listed first is the primary account owner. Joint account owners are listed under each share account as you view down the statement.
Many of you use Internet Explorer to browse the web, but did you know that Microsoft is phasing it out to be replaced by Microsoft Edge?
Effective immediately, Internet Explorer will no longer support Keesler Federal’s online banking site. Internet Explorer users will need to update their browser to Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox as soon as possible to access online banking.
Please also make sure you have disabled any pop-up blockers as those will limit your ability to use some online banking functions.
After you have logged in for the first time, and updated your password, you can navigate to “Settings” located under your name in the top right corner, select “Security” and feel free to make your changes. You can update your username and/or password as well as manage multi-factor authentication options.
You can pay almost any company or individual in the U.S. You can pay a company that sends you a bill, like the phone company, or a person or company you owe money to but don’t necessarily receive a bill from, like your lawn mowing service. Although all payments are set up within Bill Pay, the payment can be made electronically or via a paper check if your biller isn’t set up for online payments.
You can also:
• Set up automatic payments for recurring bills — like rent or cable TV.
• Make one-time payments for bills that differ each month — like the phone or utility bill.
Follow these seven steps to reset your online banking password. For more detailed instructions, see our Password Reset PDF.
- Navigate to the login area.
- Click on the login button and click on “Forgot Password?” located under the login box.
- Agree to the password safety guidelines and click continue.
- Confirm your identity. You will need your username, social security number and zip code.
- Select the method by which you would like to receive your temporary password.
- Enter your username.
- Enter the temporary password you just received here. This password is good for 24 hours.
- Create your new password.