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WSFS Mobile Cash app now available for customers

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WSFS Financial Corporation the parent company of WSFS Bank, has introduced WSFS Mobile Cash, a service that allows customers to securely withdraw cash from an ATM by using their WSFS Mobile Banking app. WSFS will be the fourth bank in the United States to offer the service.

“This product represents the latest in security, convenience and speed in regards to digital technology in banking,” said Mark A. Turner, president and CEO of WSFS.

“Security is a top priority for us as we evaluate new technology,” said Rick Wright, executive vice president and chief retail banking officer. “No personal information, including card number and or PIN number is stored in the WSFS Mobile Banking App or on the smartphone. If a phone is lost or stolen, WSFS Mobile Cash is protected by the same login authentication security used for mobile banking.”

Customers can use their mobile phone to click on a special feature of the WSFS app; touch the “WSFS Mobile Cash” button on any WSFS Bank branch ATM screen; select the withdrawal amount; scan a picture of the unique cash code on the screen using their phone; and then retrieve their cash and receipt from the ATM.

WSFS Mobile Cash is a new feature on the WSFS Mobile Banking app and is now available to all WSFS bank customers. This new service is available at all WSFS Bank branch locations.

For a demonstration, visit: wsfsmobilecash.com

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