We Help Banks Educate and Engage Customers
Teller allows banks to communicate with new or existing customers through text messaging. Instead of picking up the phone, customers can send a text message and learn how to open a new account, check their account balance, or receive personalized advice.
Chat With Your Bank
No App, Download, Or SETUP Required
Messaging apps are now the most used apps on our on our mobile phones. Teller provides a simple way for customers to get quick information about a bank with the same text messaging service they already use.
No More Waiting on Hold
USE A.I. TO INSTANTLY ANSWER QUESTIONS
Getting answers to your personal finance questions should be as easy as asking Siri. That’s why we built an automated messaging bot, or ‘chatbot’, that can answer hundreds of your financial questions.
Personal Finance Modules
Teller has several personal finance modules built right in! In addition to specific bank questions, customers can get information on the following topics:
Saving and Budgeting
We will walk you through the basics of saving and building your own budget. You will use our included ‘Teller Budget Builder’ template to easily organize and track your spending.
Banking for Beginners
If you don’t have a bank account, we can help you choose and open the right account. In addition, you will learn how to get the most out of your account by automating payments.
Improving Credit Scores
Credit can be one of the most challenging topics in personal finance. We slowly walk you through the basics of how the credit system works and how you can use it to your advantage.
Investing and Retirement
Our final module is on building long-term wealth for the future. Together, we will build a personal retirement plan and also show you how to make smart investment decisions.
Sign Up for our Weekly Savings Tips!
If you're interested, you can sign up for our weekly savings tips, delivered via text message. Once a week, you will receive a personal finance tip, news article, or useful link. We send them out Wednesday morning, and you can stop the messages at any time by just saying 'Stop'.