One of the most powerful tools available to today's businesses is
moving funds electronically via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system.
At the end of the day, ACH is just a debit and credit, but it's amazing what you can do with them. ACH Debit takes on several forms, but its purpose is to collect funds from a remote institution.
ACH Transfers give your business the power to inexpensively collect or disburse funds to accounts at any financial institution in the country (provided the account holder agrees to the transaction) with speed and ease, and without any float.
They are ideal for the following:
Receive payments into your bank account electronicallyMost reliable method for collecting paymentsLeast expensive method for collecting paymentsMitigate the hassles, risk or error, and costs of paperCollections can be setup as recurring
- perfect if you collect membership fees or recurring monthly fees More reliable funding
- transactions are electronic and capture funds when they are available Low cost ACH can replace high cost wire transfers
-for moving funds from remote financial institutions to your primary institution Electronic transactions are encrypted, which means they are safeChurches are using ACH to collect tithes and offerings because it provides collections while members are on vacationCharitable organizations are using ACH to broaden their reach of donation collection
Additional Benefits: Efficient and easy to useSimplified cash flow forecastingReduced check fraud lossesImprove NSF check collection with Check RePresentment featureEliminates check floatNext-day funds movementIncreased fraud protection
To Learn More you can
Call our Electronic Banking Department directly at 1-888-385-2280, Option 4or
An on-site visit can be arranged to further explain all of our Electronic Payment Services and how easy it is to get started.
All eBusiness Banking products subject to qualification.
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