Trans Centra ensures security through a complete audit trail for the transaction and does not store any information on the customer’s browser.
A bank deposit slip is a small form designed to place money into a savings or checking account.
A bank deposit slip has the account number, the name of the depositor as it appears on the account, the date of the deposit and the amount of funds being placed into an account.
Continue Reading A deposit slip typically requires an itemization of the amount of cash, coin and checks being deposited into an account.
If the deposit is entirely in the form of a check or checks, a line item exists where the amount of any cash returned to the depositor is indicated.
NORCROSS, GA – December 12, 2012 – Customers of one of Texas’ largest banks, Frost Bank, are now able to deposit any check or money order remotely from any location, not just a branch or ATM.
This service is offered through the bank’s Digital Services for personal and business customers and is driven by e Capture, a browser-based remote deposit capture solution, from Trans Centra, a leading provider of billing and payment software and services.“Banking today must be easy, fast and secure,” explained Bobby Berman, group executive vice president of Frost Bank.“The traditional constraints of branch hours and locations have been eliminated in order to best serve our customers.That is why we offer to both our personal and business customers the many benefits of remote deposit capture.Our customers responded so positively that we exceeded in just one quarter our entire annual projection for signups.” Trans Centra’s e Capture product was initially integrated with Frost’s existing technology infrastructure in October 2011 and offered to customers on a limited basis.The deposit of personal, business, traveler’s, cashier and U. Treasury checks as well as money orders is now available to all of the bank’s Digital Services customers, reaching nearly three-fourths of the bank’s individual customers and more than half of its business customers.