EUGENE, Ore. -- If you don’t want to make a trip into the bank, there is an alternative: Remote Deposit Capture.
KEZI 9 News talked to Oregon Pacific Bank President and CEO Ron Green to learn more.
How does Remote Deposit Capture work?
Remote Deposit Capture is a service for businesses that accept checks for payments. If you have a check for services that you provided that someone pays to you, you have to run it down to the bank.
However, with Remote Deposit Capture, there is a desktop scanner that can allow you to scan your multitude of checks quickly, and then you can add those to your bank account and get instant credit.
There are fees associated with this with most banks, and there is the cost of the hardware and desktop scanner, but it’s a great way to save time. You don’t have to run to the bank or have your employees go out and put them at risk in traffic.
Green said it’s a wonderful service, and you can talk to your bank about it today.
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