Pay a Person

Pay the babysitter, pick up a lunch tab or send birthday money to a friend. Sending funds to non-PFCU members is easy and fee-FREE!

All you need to get started is their name and email address or mobile phone number.

With Pay a Person, You Can:

  • Securely send money electronically to friends, family or anyone with a bank account in the U.S.
  • Send funds from either your Checking or Savings account
  • Request immediate transfers or schedule single or recurring transfers for a future date
  • View your transaction history

To get started, log in to Teller Net, hover over "Move Money" and select "Pay a Person" or log in to the Mobile app, tap "More" and then select "Pay a Person" under the "eServices" menu.


If you have any questions, refer to our Pay a Person Frequently Asked Questions Page, contact a PFCU Member Service Representative at 215-934-3500 or 800-832-PFCU (outside the metropolitan area) or email service@pfcu.com.

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