How to Send Money via Popmoney

All you need to send money is the recipient’s email address, mobile phone number, or bank account information (bank routing number, account number, and account type), it’s really up to you. Your recipients will receive an email or text message letting them know they’ve been sent money, as well as the necessary steps to have the funds deposited directly into their own bank account. The recipient has ten days to deposit the funds. After ten days the transaction will be canceled and the funds will be credited back to your account.

What Banks Use Popmoney

  • Ally Bank
  • Bank of America
  • TD Bank
  • Citibank
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • PNC Bank
  • Regions Bank
  • SunTrust Bank
  • US Bank
  • Wells Fargo Bank

Is Popmoney Safe?

Popmoney is a legitimate payment service – that’s often a surprise to people who have never heard of it and receive money or requests from friends.

However, there’s always a chance that you’ll get a fake email from your “friend,” which takes you to an impostor website designed to steal your information (and money). If you get an unexpected message, use extra caution — verify with your friend before clicking on anything. Be sure that you only access the service at the official website or through a secure area on your bank’s website. Read More »