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Works good, but I would like a couple of changes to be made. 1. Don't hide the logout button. Put it at the top of every page. 2. Make it so when I logout, it shuts the app off completely and not running in background. 3. Just a little bit faster switching from the title screen to login screen. I shouldn't have to stare at that more than 2-3 seconds. Other than those items, great job!!!
A great app for the essentials. With SFCU we're missing a few things. The iOS supports fingerprint sign in, while the Android version does not. Although not a huge/significant issue, it would be nice to see in 2018. The quick view helps this to some extent but is just a stopgap solution. Not part of the app, but not have support for Android pay yet is also something that should be fixed. My local branch informed me that "it should be coming in 6 months". That was almost 18 months ago.
Great app, but not entirely easy to use. The eDeposit feature is very difficult to use and not user friendly. It took me 20 minutes just to summit 1 check when lighting and focus were perfect. They need to fix this or less the experience will become unenjoyable like it has been for me.
I'll never bank with a corporate bank again if I can help it! The only thing I would like is for funds to come out of savings if checking is low instead of charging an overdraft fee. I do get text message alerts though, so I can manage it fairly well. The app does everything I need it to and much more though, so five stars here.
Love this app. Been banking with SFCU for years now. They've done really well with catching any bugs and keeping you informed with your account and new easy ways to us the tools. Also I love the fact the did a security upgrade for your protection against theft. Well done SFCU well done
I love how it's very convenient for everything, everywhere at any time. Some days though when they are upgrading themselves they are also kind enough to let me know so I won't be foolish to try to get on it when there doing it. Great change from the former bank I was in! 😉
I love being able to deposit my checks without going into a branch, transferring money member to member as well as from one account to another and checking my balances with the quick view feature. I have a Samsung Galaxy 6 and I've had no issues wth this app. It's great!
Really convenient that I can check my statements and pay credits cards the same day. My only problem is that 9/10 times signing in im kicked out so i have to sign in twice. Ive tried all kinds of different things to not have to sign in twice but havent found a solution yet. Its just really inconvenient to have to sign in twice and re-submit all that information again since I have a really specific password. Besides that glitch its a really useful app and would definitely tell everyone to use it
Great app, however I didn't give it a 5 star review because although the technology department claims the app has fingerprint recognition login capabilities, it does not. I would also like to be able to transfer money to external institutions via the app and not have to log into a desktop to complete this action.
Everything is helping to manage the account in mostly very convenient for every time you need to know about the balance of the account. It's a easy way to get the information on my own account and convenient for everything you need. Thank you for good idea to help the client pf this bank.
I've read almost all of Brandon's work and I'm a big fan. Having a book come out in this format was a huge surprise, and not necessarily a welcome one since I don't read comic ever, I will say this: Considering Brandon's books get longer and longer, this was certainly an efficient way to tell 1/3 of a tale!Good story and I'm dying to see how it fits with the rest of his Cosmere universe!
I'm a pretty big Sanderson fan, and this was very interesting, but I also felt it was a little short/the dialogue seemed a little rushed. For example, the characters seemed to outright just state all their feelings and motives, instead of using the graphical medium to illustrate it, or just using the dialogue to foreshadow, etc. Overall a good read, but just a bit rushed.
Sanderson's writing shines as usual, but inconsistencies in interpretation abound - for example, Kerztian warriors are described as wearing armor but not drawn wearing any. It is unfortunately clear that the artist is not as good at showing us things as Sanderson is at telling us things, but overall still an excellent read and well worth your time and money.
this a well thought out book that treat magic as more then just a couple of words spouted by a wizard and deal with a societ based on sand and how the wizards use it to challeng there skills. there is more but I read it with out knowing what it was about and loved so I will not spoil your enjoyment I will say that it was was one of the smartest books I have read all year,
I purchased this because I'm a fan of Sanderson's work, but I've never read other graphic novels so I can't really comment on them in that regard. But I really enjoyed the story! I'm just disappointed that it's so short, and I have to wait so long for the next one to come out. But overall, I loved the story and artwork, and I felt like it was a fun, easy read!
I did like this as an addition to the Lexi Carmichael me cross-over of characters and in depth studies of side characters from that series.I already am waiting for the next book in the series to be released.
She does it again. Julie Moffett turns the cyberworld into a land of intrigue attainable by all. The book targets NA and YA audiences with youthful but genius characters but this OL (old lady) absolutely loved it. Having had students in the past who can out think typical smart adults, I have no trouble seeing Angel and her friends attack a problem that adults don't even see. As a fan of the Lexi Carmichael series, I was delighted to see old friends supporting this group of high school white hat hackers. One isn't a hacker but she is able to back up her friends with a great attitude an a special skill set of her own. While the premise might seem unbelievable to many, the portrayal of these kids and the issues they face as students feels realistic. I never knew and Angel, but there was at least one Wally and more than once Frankie in my life. One element of each of Miss Moffett's characters that I love is the heart they bring to the challenges they face. They are not people people but the care for others and stand up for them. That is where the name Frankie gave their group came from, the desire to stand for others.
I am a grandmother so please bear with me - any ignorance of things pertaining to youth is mine alone. That being said, I found this book totally enjoyable. The basic premise - young people trying to find themselves and their place in the world - is a staple and a truth in life for all ages and is well presented here. The characters created by Miss Moffett shine. We have all met people just like them, or wished we had the courage to be like them, often in our lives. Taking these wonderful, well drawn characters and following them into the realm of the insidious intrigue and danger inherent in our ever more complex cyber world, is a bit of an eye opener. I thoroughly enjoyed this book on several levels and do not hesitate to recommend it. In the case of us older folk, may it serve to remind us of the passion for truth and the zest for life and knowledge that drives many of the young people around us.
This is a start to another great new series! It was a really fun book that sets up for a lot more adventures for the White Knights. It was really cool that the author mentioned Lexi and Slash. If you haven't yet read the Lexi Carmichael series, do it! I am really excited for the next books in both the White Knights and to spend more time with Lexi and Slash.
This was a really fun entertaining book.I enjoyed watching the geeks get to look cool and save the day.Angel is the main character and what a character she is. She starts this book as a very anti-social girl. She is smart and funny but anti-social. Suddenly she has friends and is helping to keep her vice principal from being charged with a crime.What do I like about Angel? Even though she has social ineptitude, she does reluctantly try for her vice principal. She is flawed and abrupt but she is also what you see is what you get. She doesn’t try to change or become someone else, just learns that having friends and a support system is a good thing and it helps balance her life. Gives her happiness to boot. She keeps it real and honest well except to her mom when she is with her Scooby Doo gangThe band of friends though aren’t your normal group either. It is a melting pot of eclectic. We have Wally the cheery hacker who works at the same internship with her and they go to school together as well. He helps her with hacking areas but what I enjoy about him is his support of her pursuit to find her dad. He doesn’t put her down but believes her even when the police don’t on things. We have Frankie who is just quirky and fun. She has mad organizing and attention to detail skillz along with her ability to put together graphics that are amazing. She is really the one that is upbeat and sweet. She comes up with the name of the group White Knights and creates their logo. All of them are comfortable in their own skin and who they are. they don’t apologize for it and embrace it. It’s great to see in a YA book. So is the celebration of being a geek. And we also have Colt. He is sweet and kind and the popular one. He does have a hiccup but realizes it and also helps Angel learn a lesson about the consequences of hacking into friend’s personal e plot is fun entertaining and at times a hoot. All three are fast to think on their feet and together are a formidable group. Colt is their as support and to help them stay grounded I what makes the plot entertaining? We have this story told in the eyes of Angel and wow what her mind things. But it is three teens bucking the system and hacking places to find out the truth about what really happened with their vice principal. They think outside the box and connect the dots in such a crazy and fun way. We see geeks celebrated and save the day. At the same time they learn about themselves and each other. They become friends and help one another out. Angel does have a rival at the school who you just want to give a swirly too. He truly is a doof. A smart doof but a doof. I think he is a nemesis at the school. We also get a dark nemesis on the side for Angel especially due to her dad so we have a continued mystery for the gang on top of whatever comes next for them. The writing is engaging and fun. Just an overall fun book and I look forward to seeing what hijinks this group will get up to next and how Colt may begin to fit in too.
Angel is almost 16 and a senior in high school, having skipped grades since she is a literal genius, but she has zero social skills and would prefer to be left alone to hack. Alas, she has this one mandatory year of high to survive before she can escape. Her free time is spent searching (mostly illegally!) for her father who disappeared when she was little, even though her mom and sister have given up hope. When new girl Frankie shows up and forces friendship on Angel, Angel has no idea how to cope, but after an accident occurs to Angel's favorite teacher, she gives in to Frankie as well as another hacker kid to help find the truth.I found this book to be such a cute fast read, something that I could easily lose my self in for a few hours and speed through the pages. The main character Angel is a senior in high school, but this was a really clean teen read, seeming more geared for a preteen and up age range, making it an appropriate book for pretty much all ages. I think this was in part to how young and innocent Angel actually was and how socially awkward she really was, dealing more with bullies and the idea of fitting in than sex, drugs and whatever else most teen books touch on. I enjoyed the blend of action, mystery, teen drama and the growing up (aka learning how important inter-personal relationships are!) that unfolded on the pages. Angel learned how to be part of a team and how to lean on others, as well as how to be a kick-butt spy.Overall I found this to be a good teen spy/mystery story, with plenty of twists and turns to keep me guessing as well as a very strong, developed female main character and quirky side-kicks that I rooted for. I really enjoyed how intertwined all the parts of the story really ended up being. The main mystery of the teacher was resolved, but the underlying mystery of Angel's father was left open with a giant bombshell dropped right at the end (way to hook me Julie!) making me really, really want the next book in the story. This was my first book by Julie and I enjoyed her writing style and characterizations so I would love to read more books written by her to come.I received this title in return for reviewing reasons.
This is a great start to a brand new series--a young adult spinoff of the Lexi Carmichael mysteries. Angel is a brilliant 15 year old high school senior who finds herself searching for information on her missing dad, helping to prove the innocence of a favorite school administrator and battling the jock bully and geek bully in school. Lexi and Slash make a brief appearance while Wally (from No Test For The Wicked) barrels his way into the story and makes himself at home. With the help of Wally and Frankie, a new girl in school, Angel discovers having friends is actually pretty cool.(I bought a paperback copy for my 14 year old niece-I'm sure she's going to love it.)
This app is good been using it for awhile, only reason ita not a 5 is because their partnering app INGO will not let me use mobile check DEPOSIT because it said it was security breach with my checks. Even tho they all went thru. I emailed them and asked why and if way i could correct this if i have to DEPOSIT checks in the future and got no response.
For the last few years Ive had no trouble with this company. But the last 2 months transactions were denied by them when i used the check load app, and now that i got a new card it doesnt tell you they basically close the current card you have and will reject your direct deposit you already set up on that carf so you have to redo a direct deposit for the new card. Depending on your situation, redoing a direct deposit takes up to 2-3 weeks. And there is NO ONE TO TALK TO!! I keep being redirected to their website on their phone line and the website directs me to call!!