Here is the Zelle bank list of all the banks in the US. Zelle is the easiest way to transfer funds from one bank account to another bank account in the United States. To transfer funds using Zelle, an email id or phone number of recipients is sufficient. The best part, they don't charge anything for the transaction.
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Zelle Bank List (International Banks)
- PNC Bank
- Bank of America
- JP Morgan Chase
- Morgan Stanley
- Wells Fargo
- Citi Bank
Zelle Bank List (National Banks)
- Ally Bank
- Bank of Hawaii
- Bank of the West
- Capital One
- Citizens Bank
- Comerica Bank
- ConnectOne Bank
- Dollar Bank
- First National Bank
- Fifth Third Bank
- U.S. Bank
- TD Bank
Zelle Bank List (Regional Banks)
- SunTrust Bank
- MB Financial Bank
- M&T Bank
- Home Street Bank
- Frost Bank
- Frederick County Bank
- First Tennessee Bank
Zelle Bank List (Credit Unions)
- First Tech Federal Credit Union
- Schools First Federal Credit Union
- Star One Credit Union
Money can be transferred using Zelle, only when both of you are having Zelle accounts. Also, the sender and recipient should hold American bank account. Also, you can cancel a payment if the recipient doesn't have a Zelle account, however, if you do not cancel the payment the recipient will receive the payment after enrolling with Zelle. Also, you need to install Zelle app for making a transaction. However, some banks have integrated Zelle on their online banking platform.
My Bank is not listed on the Zelle Bank List
Don’t worry! Zelle network of participating financial institutions is always growing, and most probably your bank will participate soon.
Is there Zelle App?
Oh yes! you can find it on Google Play and Play Store
Is Zelle better than Apple Pay?
The answer is yes, with Apple pay transaction, the recipient would required to transfer from the apple pay cash card to his bank account. With Zelle money get transferred directly to the recipient bank account within a minute.
Do Bank shares Sensitive information with Zelle?
No! The bank share the following information with Zelle
- Your Name
- Your Email id
- Your Phone Number
How does Zelle works?
When someone sends money using Zelle, it makes a search query for the recipient's email id or mobile number and then pass the information to the recipient's bank. The recipient's bank accept the payment and redirect it to the recipient's bank account. Everything is automated. The software does the job.
For more queries you may see this FAQ Zelle