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Remote Deposit Capture

Send deposits electronically to your ag account. With Remote Deposit Capture (RDC), make deposits when it's convenient for you without leaving your home office. Simply scan the checks you receive, and transmit your deposit via a secure web connection. All you need is an Internet-enabled personal computer with Internet Explorer and a check scanner.

Contact us to see how Remote Deposit Capture supports your ag business, and add it to your ag banking services today.

Benefits of Remote Deposit Capture


Make check deposits at your office versus daily or weekly trips to the bank.

Improved Cash Flow

Submit deposits immediately with no need to hold checks. Checks may be deposited at any time; however, if you would like them to be processed with that business day, checks must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. Central Time.

Reduce Expenses

Cut extra expenses. No endorsement stamp, no deposit slips, no postage, and no envelopes.

Save Staff Time

The RDC system creates a virtual deposit slip and endorsement for you. Each check image is stored securely for easy retrieval. Search the database to research every payment your customer has made. Import deposits into QuickBooks®.

Peace of Mind

Create individual User IDs and passwords with the user controls you deem necessary. Dual control is available.

One Stop Payment Shop

Establish single and recurring electronic payments, and accept payments over the phone.

Computer Operating System Requirements

For the personal computer:

  • Local Administrative Rights
  • USB Port 2.0 or Higher
  • High-Speed Internet Connection

For Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer:

  • Windows Vista (except Starter or Home Basic): Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 & 9
  • Windows 7: Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10, and 11
  • Windows 8: Microsoft Internet Explorer 10
  • Windows 8.1: Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • .NET Framework 4.0 or higher

Remote Deposit Frequently Asked Questions