Remote Deposits

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Remote Deposit Capture

What if you could deposit checks anytime, without ever leaving your office, and end the hassle of rushing out during lunch or at the end of the day to make deposits? You can, with Remote Deposit.

Using a small scanner that connects to your computer, Remote Deposit quickly and accurately scans business or personal checks and electronically deposits them to your accounts.

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Remote Deposit Is Convenient and Easy

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Call a Bank of Tennessee Relationship Manager today at 866.378.9500 to see how we can help your business. Click below to send us an email.

FAQs

  • Do you desire the convenience of making deposits from your office?
  • Does your business have multiple locations receiving payments via check?
  • Do you make photocopies of checks received?
  • Are you concerned about separating the posting and depositing functions within your organization?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you could be a good candidate for Remote Deposit Capture.

Bank of Tennessee’s Remote Deposit platform is very accurate, but sometimes errors occur. Watch this video to learn how to fix an error by easily making changes, such as deleting and re-scanning an item.

Contact your Internet Service Provider after checking the cable connections between your computer and the ISP port.

Watch this video to learn about the technical requirements for Remote Deposit.

Log in to Remote Deposit and look for the deposit in the Received and Processed lists on the right side of the screen. Click Refresh to update the list. If you don’t see your deposit in one of the lists, contact the Merchant Help Line.

No. A virtual deposit ticket will be created that includes the account number, a list of scanned items, the item count, and the deposit total.

Transactions will post overnight during batch processing.

Valid items include checks and money orders payable to your company that are drawn on a bank located in the United States. Items drawn on foreign banks (Canadian, for example) must be deposited at a branch location. Watch this video to learn about what checks are accepted with Remote Deposit.

Yes, if your company uses Business Online Banking.