Mobile Banking

Check Balances, Transfer Funds, Pay Bills and more!

Self-enroll today! See instructions below.

  • Log on to your Personal online banking
  • On the top right navigation area click on Options
  • Scroll down until you see a tab named Mobile Banking Profile
  • On the right hand side you will be able to select Enroll Now
  • Follow the steps to self-enroll

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at (541) 684-7500

Mobile Deposit

Depositing a check has never been this easy!

With Summit Bank's Mobile Banking App, you can deposit checks into your account anywhere at anytime using your iPhone or Android device. It is simple, from the Summit Bank app, log into your account using your smart phone, go to "deposits", type in the deposit amount, endorse the back of your check, take a picture of the front and then the back of your check, and then submit. Mobile Deposit requires prior enrollment, so please speak with a bank representative and sign up today! (Message and data rates may apply.)


popmoney is integrated into our Mobile Banking.

Moving money has never been so easy...Whether it is to add funds to your college student's checking account, pay your babysitter, or to repay a friend for dinner, popmoney offers a fast and easy way to manage your personal payments directly from mobile banking or online Bill Pay using only an email address, mobile phone number, or account information. It's that easy! (Enrollment in Summit Bill Pay is required)

With the recent upgrade the original iPhone 2G and 3G models will no longer be supported for future app updates. This release will not require a mandatory application update; however, subsequent updates will result in the app no longer being usable for the 2G and 3G models. The mobile browser and text message channels are unaffected by this change and will remain accessible to customers with any iPhone model.

Due to the significant decline of Blackberry users who access Mobile Banking, the downloadable app will no longer be available after January 13, 2013. Users who download the app prior to January 13 will still be able to access the Mobile Banking icon, but upon launch will be redirected to the mobile browser channel. The functionality will be the same but will have a slightly different user experience.