Zelle® an easy way to pay people back and get paid back in just minutes1 (not days!), right within Columbia Connect. Nothing to download, no account numbers needed.
With Zelle®, you do not have to share any sensitive account information to send and receive money, just an email or U.S. mobile phone number. And, since access to Zelle® is part of Columbia Connect and our mobile app, it has the same security, authentication and monitoring measures we use to keep your account safe.
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How to send money
Sign into the Columbia Bank App and follow a few simple steps to get started sending money.
From the mobile app, select
"Send Money with Zelle®"
from the menu.
To pay a trusted contact
Select the contact you would like to send money to or select
Add New Contact.1
Enter the amount
you want to send and the account you want to send from.
Review the amount and recipient information and
How to request money
Settle up with roommates, friends and more, regardless of where they bank1. Requesting money with Zelle® is easy.2
Requesting money is just as easy as sending it,
Select the contact you would like to request money from or select
Add New Contact.2
you want to request and the account with which you want the money sent to.
Review the amount and request information and
If your friend responds to your request and sends you money, it will go directly into your account and we'll notify you.
How to split the cost of a bill
Easily divide the cost of the check for dinner, coffee, and more.
Easily split the cost of a bill,
or add new contacts to split the cost of the bill with.2
Enter the amount to be split and
The amount will be split evenly among all contacts.2 You can also edit each individual amount if you wish. Once the amounts are correct,
If your friends respond to your request and send you money, it will go directly into your account and we'll notify you.
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Umpqua Bank is the successor in interest to Columbia State Bank, doing business as Columbia Bank. You are now banking with Umpqua Bank. Deposits formerly held at Columbia Bank are not separately insured. These deposits are subject to Umpqua Bank’s FDIC deposit insurance coverage.