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RE:Electronic Depoist

If the bank is under 10 B in assets or so I would feel comfortable presuming they are referring to mobile RDC.   
Posted on 3/10/2021 10:28:14 AM


RE:Electronic Depoist

It all depends on what the software can accomodate. Usually software that interacts with a mobile device (Android and IOS) is different than software that interacts with a scanner. If you are simply dealing with the images being passed, then the process is the same. You will also have to figure ...
Posted on 2/22/2021 6:51:08 PM


RE:Electronic Depoist

It sounds like they are asking if they can scan to their own software and just send the ICL file to the bank for deposit processing.    We get that question a lot more these days.
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