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American National Mobile Deposit

American National Mobile Deposit1 makes it easy to deposit checks anywhere, anytime. Just use the American National Mobile Banking app for iPhone® or Android™, and you can begin making deposits with your device at your convenience—no driving required.

  1. Login to Mobile Banking.
  2. Bill Pay users select the More icon and then Deposits.
  3. Non-Bill Pay users select Deposits.
  4. Snap a picture of the front and back of check.
  5. Enter the amount.
  6. Choose your account.
  7. Select Deposit Check.
  8. American National will notify you about the status of your deposit by email.

To sign up for this service at no cost2, complete the Mobile Deposit enrollment form. For new customers, Mobile Deposit is available 60 days from the date of account opening if you demonstrate financial responsibility, which means that your account must be in good standing for 60 days from account opening, you must maintain a positive balance, you must be making regular deposits, you must demonstrate normal activity patterns including the ability to repay, and no unusual, fraudulent, or suspicious activity may be present.  

For more information about American National Mobile Deposit, visit Frequently Asked Questions.

iPhone® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. AndroidTM is a trademark of Google, Inc.

1 Subject to eligibility requirements. Restrictions apply.

2 Currently, there is no fee or charge assessed by us for you to enroll in or use the Mobile Deposit service. We may assess fees or charges in the future, and you will receive notice of such fees or charges, as required by law. You agree to pay and authorize us to deduct any such fees or charges from your designated Mobile Deposit account(s). Any fees associated with your standard deposit account(s) will continue to apply. You may, however, incur charges to receive Internet service on your mobile device. You may also incur charges from your wireless carrier when sending and receiving text messages. You will be solely responsible to your wireless carrier for any such Internet or text messaging charges.  

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