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Remote Cash Deposit

Remote Cash Deposit

Deposit cash electronically into a secure, on-site safe.

Preparing cash deposits and minimizing exposure to theft of cash is a priority for many businesses. Our cash-scanning technology, Remote Cash Deposit, will make cash handling more secure and mitigate risk.

The safe transmits a daily posting file that credits your account.

Remote Cash Deposit provides the ability to deposit your cash into a “smart safe” at your place of business that scans bills, secures your cash and transmits a daily posting file to U.S. Bank for credit into your depository account. The currency is stored in locked cassettes for secure retrieval by an armored carrier at a later date, which will deliver it to a U.S. Bank vault for final reconciliation.

Benefits at a glance

  • Reduce armored pickups — Save time and money by reducing pickups from five to seven days a week to one to three days a week.
  • Consolidate depository banking relationships — Minimize the time and expense of managing multiple banking relationships with a single U.S. Bank account.
  • Increase staff safety — You’ll create a safer environment for your employees because they can’t access the safe.
  • Save time — You’ll spend less time counting cash and going to the bank, giving you more time to focus on your business.

How Remote Cash Deposit works

  • Day 1: Cash is deposited into the safe.
  • Day 2: Posting file for Day 1 activity is sent to the bank and collected credit is given through Day 2’s posting process.
  • Day 3: Deposit activity can be viewed using Previous Day reporting with SinglePoint.®

A credit-worthiness review is required for all customers to determine eligibility for Remote Cash Deposit.

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