Scan hundreds of checks and deposit them ELECTRONICALLY!
Today, you can make bank deposits from your office any time of the day or night! Technology has arrived that will allow you to scan checks for deposit to your account with Providence Bank of Texas from the convenience of your office. To make a deposit, you no longer have to drive to the Bank during “banking” hours. Check processing is a lot more convenient with the latest improvement in electronic banking.
What Are The Benefits ?
- Commercial clients may transmit check images for deposit to the Bank.
- The depositor will have a correct deposit total before transmitting.
- The depositor will receive confirmation of the transaction via the internet.
- The depositor may retain the original checks for destruction or retention.
- The deposit is posted to the account when received by the Bank.
Remote Deposit combines the image processing with your online banking system. It’s easy to implement and directly benefits your business.
You can save time and money handling your deposit needs from the convenience of your office. All you need to get started is a special scanner and the software from Providence Bank of Texas. Come by or call to visit with Your Personal Banker to get the details on remote deposit and to start making deposits from your office.
Providence Bank of Texas Offers More Flexibility; No Restrictions
|Checks||Regular ACH Systems||Remote Deposit|
|Maximum Check Amount||$2,500 Max||Unlimited / No Max|
|Time for Check Writer Dispute||60 Days||72 Hours|
We provide you with everything you need to get started today!...
Set up the Scanner wherever you have an internet connection Desktop icon permits easy secure login. Select New Deposit Place checks in scanner and scan Checks After scanning and totals have been verified, click deposit. Everything posts instantly with the following cut-off exceptions: Every day, the cut-off to instantly receive deposits is 5:00pm. Anything deposited between 5:00pm and the start of the business the next day is deposited at 5:00pm the next day.