Remote Deposit Capture

Remote Deposit Capture

Deposit checks electronically right from your desktop computer with Remote Deposit Capture from First National Bank and Trust. Streamline deposit preparation and accelerate receivables—all while eliminating trips to the bank. This easy-to-use technology saves you time and money, while giving you instant access to your deposit information.


Download our Quick-Reference Guide to get started!


Benefits & More

  • Make your funds available faster
  • Make deposits anytime
  • Improve efficiency, control, and risk management
  • Save time preparing deposits
  • Consolidate funds from remote locations into one financial institution
  • Cut costly courier fees or trip to the bank
  • Reduce risk of check fraud
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Browser

• Internet Explorer 11
• Chrome, Firefox, Edge (Merchant Capture Only with RangerRemote)
Hardware
• PC (minimum of one per branch and does not need to be dedicated to Branch Source Capture)
• Scanner (minimum of one per branch)
• Jogger (recommended to minimize scanner jams)
• Monitor, Mouse and Keyboard
• 2 GB free disk space(minimum)
• 2.0 GHz processor (minimum) Dual Core or higher recommended
• USB 2.0 port (minimum, for scanner)
Miscellaneous Software
• Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 3.0 or higher)
• Silver Bullet Inc. Ranger Interface for scanner (provided by Fiserv)
• Medical Informatics Engineering Alternatiff Image Viewer (provided by Fiserv)
Network Connectivity
• Internet connection, 512Kb up/down (minimum recommended speed)
Operating System
• Microsoft Windows 7
• Microsoft Window 8
• Microsoft Window 10
  1. Scan checks from a computer with an internet connection. Using a desktop check scanner, simply scan both sides of the checks in a single pass.
  2. Prepare the deposit - View images of the scanned checks right on your computer. The dollar amounts for the checks are automatically read, and the deposit is totaled.
  3. Electronically send deposit – Save the deposit and submit from the “Pending Items” tab. Deposit is sent to the bank through a secure Internet connection and funds are deposited into your account.