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Remote Deposit Capture

Top Remote Deposit Capture Options

Consumers have learned the value of RDC as it relates to taking pictures of checks and getting them deposited into a bank account. Remote deposit capture has replaced a lot of traditional banking lockbox functions by letting business owners scan the checks, get the deposit, and then destroy the paper checks without having to take them to the bank. RDC can save valuable time and reduce expenses, since you may not need to send your accountant (or yourself) to the bank as often, the checks don't have to be individually tabulated, and the money is often available faster. There are also a bunch of different options for accepting checks, from scanners that can take thousands of cheks per hour to register-level machines that are a bit slower but get the job done.

Check Verification and Scanning Equipment

Whether you're doing a remote deposit capture or just verifying a few checks from customers, then you need to know that you are getting the best possible deal. It isn't hard to figure out the time taken with traditional check deposits, or the fees for lockbox services. Many companies still get a lot of dollars in check form, so a faster way to take checks equals more revenue. Furthermore, verifying funds on a check saves bounced check fees down the road, and you don't have to spend valuable minutes chasing down check writers. NSF check charges, and payments for check collectors may be reduced at the same time as well. Some of the most common check verification tools, aside from check imaging machines, are register and terminal-based readers that read the MICR line at the bottom of the check and run a check against bank info. Magnetic ink check readers are still common in stores, and as a small business they may attach to your credit card terminal by way of a USB port.