Can I Deposit a Money Order With USAA Mobile App?

Tyler Yates

If you’re a USAA member and wondering whether you can deposit a money order with the USAA mobile app, the answer is yes! In fact, the USAA mobile app makes it easy to deposit money orders and checks from anywhere at any time. Here’s what you need to know.

What is a Money Order?

Before we dive into the process of depositing a money order with the USAA mobile app, let’s quickly go over what a money order is. A money order is a type of payment that’s similar to a check but is prepaid and usually purchased from places like banks or post offices. Money orders are often used for transactions where cash or personal checks aren’t accepted.

How to Deposit a Money Order With USAA Mobile App

Now that we know what a money order is let’s take a look at how to deposit one with the USAA mobile app.

  1. Open the USAA Mobile App on your smartphone or tablet.
  2. Select ‘Deposit’ from the main menu.
  3. Select ‘Deposit a Check.’
  4. Select ‘Money Order.’
  5. Enter the amount of your money order.
  6. Sign your name on the back of the money order.
  7. Take photos of both sides of your endorsed money order using your device’s camera.
  8. Select ‘Next’ and confirm your deposit details.

That’s it! Your money order will be deposited into your account within two business days.

Important Things to Keep in Mind

While depositing a money order with the USAA mobile app is easy, there are some important things to keep in mind:

  • The maximum amount you can deposit through the mobile app is $10,000 per day.
  • Make sure the money order is made out to you and is endorsed properly.
  • Keep your money order in a safe place until the deposit has been successfully processed.
  • If there are any issues with your deposit, USAA will notify you via email or push notification.

In Conclusion

In conclusion, depositing a money order with the USAA mobile app is a convenient and secure way to manage your finances. Just remember to follow the steps carefully and keep important details in mind. Happy banking!