person using a phone with the P2P logo
Dining out with a group of friends and a single check arrives at the end of the night?
Squaring up with a family member who purchased a group gift from all the siblings?
Paying the dog walker, but short on cash?
Providence Bank & Trust is excited to offer you the ability to make quick, easy and safe real-time person to person payments instantly with p2p.
With Providence Bank & Trust digital banking and p2p, you can simply send money directly from your Providence account to a friend’s bank via their debit card. This can be done from online banking or our mobile banking app – whichever you choose to use in any given situation. All you need is to be enrolled in digital banking.
If you are not yet enrolled in digital banking, Click here to register.
OR download our mobile app and register.1
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1Downloadable App for Apple and Android users and text message banking are available. Providence Bank & Trust does not charge fees for using the basic consumer and/or business mobile banking service. Mobile deposit, a feature within mobile banking, is available to consumers with no fee and is available to businesses with no fee for deposits up to $20,000 per business day. However, if a businesses’ mobile deposits exceed $20,000 per business day, a $25 fee per month will apply. In addition, your wireless carrier may charge you a fee for SMS (text) messaging and/or data usage, whichever is required for mobile banking. Other fees and restrictions may apply.
2 Providence Bank & Trust does not charge an ATM service fee for transactions conducted at any Allpoint ATM or Providence Bank & Trust ATM. Any cash withdrawal, balance inquiry or transfer transaction conducted at a non-proprietary ATM (non-Allpoint or non-Providence Bank & Trust ATM) will be charged $2.00 per transaction. Within the Allpoint network, Allpoint+ deposit-enabled ATMs accept cash only deposits up to $1,000 per transaction. To confirm an ATM is part of the Allpoint network, and thus is surcharge-free, visit allpointnetwork.com. Filter options within the ATM map location allow identification of Allpoint+ cash deposit-enabled ATMs.