e-DEPOSIT (Remote Deposit Capture)
Use eDeposit, our Mobile Remote Deposit Capture service, and take advantage of a convenient way to deposit checks. With this secure and easy-to-use service you can:
- Deposit a check into your Chemcel checking account using your Smartphone, anywhere, anytime
- Save trips and time going to a Chemcel Office
- No deposit slip, no deposit fees
To use Mobile Remote Deposit Capture on your mobile device, download our app from the Apple iTunes Store or Google Play.
What are the requirements to use Remote Deposit Capture (RDC)?
– You must deposit to a CFCU checking account
– The checking account must have been opened for 90 days
– No more than 3 NSF in a twelve month period
– No CFCU loan more than 30 days past due
– Business checking accounts are not eligible
– E-statements are required
– User must be at least 18 years of age
Is there a cost to use RDC?
There is no charge for Mobile Remote Deposit Capture. However, mobile carriers may charge for internet access and/or text messages. Please check with your carrier for any charges that may occur based on the usage of CFCU’s Mobile Remote
Deposit Capture service.
When are checks deposited?
A check received before 3:00 pm CST will be deposited the same day. Any item received after 3:00 pm CST will be deposited the next business day.
Is a special endorsement required for RDC?
Yes, a special restrictive endorsement is required for any item deposited through RDC. The failure to use the restrictive endorsement will cause the item to be rejected for deposit.
What checks are not eligible for deposit through RDC?
– Checks or items payable to any person or entity other than you;
– Checks or items drawn or otherwise issued by you or any other person on any of your accounts or any account on which you are an authorized signer or joint account holder;
– Checks or items containing obvious alteration to any of the fields on the front of the check or item, or which you know or suspect, or should know or suspect, are fraudulent or otherwise not authorized by the owner of the acct on which the check or item is drawn;
– Checks or items previously converted to a substitute check, as defined in Reg CC;
– Checks or items drawn on a financial institution located outside the United States;
– Checks or items that are remotely created checks, as defined in Reg CC;
– Checks or items not payable in United States currency;
– Checks or items dated more than 6 months prior to the date of deposit or;
– Checks or items prohibited by Chemcel Federal Credit Union’s current procedures relating to the Services or which are other wise not acceptable under the terms of your Chemcel Federal Credit Union account.
Do I need an e-mail address on file with CFCU?
Yes, a valid e-mail address is required if CFCU needs to contact you regarding a remote deposit.
When are funds available?
Generally, CFCU will use the normal Reg CC holding periods. However, CFCU reserves the right to use extended holding periods under certain circumstances.
Are there deposit limits?
The standard limit is:
• Max. Amount per Deposit: $ 2,000
• Max. Items per Deposit: 1
• Max. Deposit Amount per Day: $ 4,000
• Max. Items per Day: 10
• Rolling 30 day Amount Limit: $ 20,000
CFCU may alter these limitations on a per member basis.
What to do with a check after being deposited through RDC?
You agree to prominently mark the item as “Electronically Present- ed” or “VOID” and to properly dispose of the item to ensure that it is not represented for payment. You agree to secure each original check for a period of sixty (60) days after you have acknowledged acceptance and provide CFCU the original or full copy if needed to resolve a collection dispute.
Will all checks scan through RDC?
The RDC process relies heavily on the quality of the check and the ability to capture a clear image. Checks with a multi-color or com- plex background may not scan easily. A check where the written amount is not clear or overwritten may have difficulty during the scan process. A check that has a damaged MICR line at the bottom of the check will cause quality issues. In these cases the check will need to be mailed or negotiated at a branch location.
Are there other issues I should be aware of with RDC?
Yes, the information provided in the FAQs highlight some of the RDC requirements. You should thoroughly read the Remote Deposit Capture User Agreement you accepted when you signed-up to use RDC. (See other page for the Agreement)