Imagine the time
you’d save if you could make deposits at
your convenience without leaving your office.
Orange County Business Bank makes it a reality
with Remote Deposit Banking.
It’s like having a branch at your own
desk! With our remote deposit technology,
you can scan checks right in your own office
through our easy-to-use, secure website. In
minutes your deposit is sent to you. All it takes is
a PC, and we’ll supply everything else.
- Convenience: Now you can make deposits when you want. No more rushing to meet couriers
or going to the bank. Deposits can be
made any time, including weekends and holidays.
- Cash Flow: Make deposits more often! This
puts your money to work sooner.
- Bad Check Detection: Because you can deposit
checks as you receive them, you’ll be
alerted to returned checks sooner and begin
the collection process earlier.
- Efficiency: Scanning creates an electronic
copy of each deposited check, eliminating the
need to manually photocopy checks.
How it works:
- We’ll provide you with a specialized
scanner to plug into your computer. The installation takes
only a few minutes.
- Simply endorse the checks, enter the total
deposit amount and number of checks, load checks into the scanner,
and click on the deposit button.
- The software reads the amount on each check
and confirms your total. Once your deposit
has been sent, you receive an e-mail confirmation
within minutes…. It’s that easy!
Once you try it, you’ll wonder how you
ever lived without this time-saving technology. Contact
us to start the process for Remote Deposit
or to request more information.
FDIC DEPOSIT INSURANCE
Protection has been increased as follows:
All non-interest personal and business checking accounts are fully guaranteed by the FDIC for the entire amount in the account through December 31, 2012.
As of July 21, 2010, FDIC deposit insurance permanently increased from $100,000 to $250,000 per depositor under the FDIC's general deposit insurance rules.
Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts will be fully guaranteed by the FDIC for the entire amount in the account through December 31, 2012.