Mobile Deposit

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No fuss, no filter. Depositing checks
is as easy as snapping a selfie!

 

Simple and secure check deposits with our app for the convenience you deserve. It's a mobile world and our members know it so we are making it simple to bank where you are, anytime. Plus, funds are available faster than if the deposit was mailed.

Living near one of our branches or an ATM is no longer a necessity. This helps us grow and reach out to communities beyond our current geographic footprint. CU1 is doing all we can to make sure our members have everything they need right at their fingertips.

 

Person taking a pic of a check with their phone

Mobile Deposit is easy! Here's how:

1. Select "make a deposit" in your mobile banking app

2. Enter the amount and select your account.

3. Take a pic of the check.

4. Click submit, and you are done!

 

It's convenient, quick, and can be done from the comfort of your home.

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FAQ

Mobile Deposit Questions

What is Mobile Deposit

Like the name implies, this feature allows members to use their mobile device's camera to capture check images and deposit the funds anywhere, anytime using the CU1 Mobile App. It works with both Apple iOS and Android devices.

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How does Mobile Deposit work?

It's easy! Once you open your CU1 Mobile App, just select "make a deposit." It will ask you for an amount and let you choose the account you want to deposit the check into. After that, just take a picture using your phone's camera and click submit. All done!

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What kinds of devices can use mobile deposit?

Android and iOS operating systems for smartphones and tablets — but via the CU1 Mobile App only — it won't work on a mobile browser.

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How many checks can be captured?

One check can be captured per deposit.

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How can items be viewed once captured?

Upon submission, items will display immediately in the Deposited Checks tab on the Activity Center page as either Submitted (item we've received by), Accepted (confirmed for processing), or Rejected (denied for processing).

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