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With Zelle® and PNC, sending money is easy. With just an email address or U.S. mobile phone number, you can quickly send money to people you trust, regardless of where they bank in the U.S.
A PNC Virtual Wallet account or a PNC Personal Checking account.
You can use your existing PNC Virtual Wallet® or PNC Personal Checking account. If you do not have a Virtual Wallet account or a PNC Personal Checking account, apply for one here »
A PNC Online Banking
To set up a PNC Online Banking User ID, you need to be enrolled in PNC Online Banking. If you are not enrolled in PNC Online Banking, enroll here »
Use Zelle with the PNC Mobile Banking App or the PNC Virtual Wallet App.
You can send money to almost anyone you know and trust with a U.S. checking account.
Your recipient receives a text or email notification explaining how to complete the payment.
If you have already enrolled with Zelle, you do not need to take any further action. The money will move directly into the checking account associated with your Zelle profile, typically within minutes.
Need to Enroll?
If you are not enrolled with Zelle, simply click on the link provided in your text or email payment notification, then follow the instructions on the page to enroll and receive your payment.
NOTE: Make sure to enroll in Zelle with the same email address and/or U.S. mobile phone number you used for online banking to receive funds from the sender. You have 14 calendar days to respond to a Zelle notification. After 14 days, the payment will expire and the sender will need to resend the funds.
PNC customers with a Virtual Wallet or personal checking account, a PNC Online Banking User ID, a U.S. mobile number and/or email address, and an Apple or Android mobile device can use Zelle to send money.
Zelle is an easy way to send money to friends, family, or other people that you know and trust. If you do not know and trust the person, we recommend that you use another form of payment. Do not use Zelle to send money to people you do not know and trust.
PNC and Zelle do not offer a protection program for any authorized payments made with Zelle. For example, if you make a purchase using Zelle, but you do not receive the item or the item is not as described or as you expected, you will not be reimbursed for the transaction.
In order to use Zelle, the sender's and recipient’s bank accounts must be based in the U.S. Additionally, you can only send or receive money in U.S. dollars.
Yes, when you use Zelle through your PNC checking account or Virtual Wallet, you can send up to $1000 per day—up to $5000 per month.
No. Currently, Zelle is only available to PNC customers with with a Virtual Wallet or personal checking account.
Zelle has replaced PopMoney in the PNC Mobile and PNC Virtual Wallet apps. However, you can continue to use PopMoney to send or receive money when you log into PNC Online Banking on a desktop computer.
With Zelle, transactions typically occur in minutes between enrolled users. If the recipient does not enroll in Zelle within 14 days, the payment or request will expire.
There is no fee for PNC customers using Zelle to send or receive money. If the person to whom you are sending money does not bank with PNC, we recommend they confirm with their bank or credit union that there are no additional fees.
Zelle is available to almost anyone with a valid U.S. checking account. If the person to whom you are sending money does not bank with PNC, that person can enroll with Zelle through a participating financial institution. Additional information is available at www.Zellepay.com
You can only cancel a payment if the person you sent money to is not enrolled with Zelle. To check whether the payment is still pending because the recipient has not yet enrolled, you can go to your activity page, choose the payment you want to cancel, and then select “Cancel This Payment.”
If the person you sent money to has already enrolled with Zelle, the money is sent directly to their bank account and cannot be canceled. This is why it’s important to only send money to people you know and trust, and always make sure you use the correct email address or U.S. mobile number when sending money.
Zelle should only be used to send or receive money with people you trust. Before using Zelle to send money, you should confirm the recipient's email address or U.S. mobile phone number. Neither PNC nor Zelle offer a protection program for authorized payments made with Zelle. Zelle is available to almost anyone with a bank account in the U.S. Transactions typically occur in minutes between enrolled users. If the recipient has not enrolled, the payment will expire after 14 calendar days.
PNC does not charge a fee for Mobile Banking. However, third party message and data rates may apply. These include fees your wireless carrier may charge you for data usage and text messaging services. Check with your wireless carrier for details regarding your specific wireless plan and any data usage or text messaging charges that may apply. Also, a supported mobile device is needed to use the Mobile Banking App. Mobile Deposit is a feature of PNC Mobile Banking. Use of the Mobile Deposit feature requires a supported camera-equipped device and you must download a PNC mobile banking app. Eligible PNC Bank account and PNC Bank Online Banking required. Certain other restrictions apply. See the mobile banking terms and conditions in the PNC Online Banking Service Agreement.
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