Chase QuickDeposit is a secure service that allows you to scan paper checks from your desktop and electronically send the images to Chase for deposit through the Internet. Certain fees apply.
To use Chase QuickDeposit, all you need is the Chase QuickDeposit scanner, a computer with Internet connection, and an eligible Chase business checking account. Simply place your checks in the scanner and it will read and transmit an electronic image to Chase, automatically depositing the funds into your Chase checking account. You can scan up to 150 checks in a single deposit and can make as many deposits a day as you like. Deposits received by 11 PM ET are processed on the same business day. Check images are stored securely online for accurate and efficient record keeping. A business day is every day except Saturday, Sunday, and federal and state holidays.
You'll need some training; however, Chase QuickDeposit is designed to be intuitive and user friendly. The system guides you through every step of the process, and online help is always available. Chase QuickDeposit users can begin scanning checks immediately after installing the scanner.
There are several layers of security with Chase QuickDeposit. First, Chase uses advanced technology to protect the confidentiality and security of your financial activities while you are online. We require a User ID and Password to access any account information using Online Deposits. Account information is only displayed in the secure Chase Online application, where firewalls block unauthorized users from accessing your account information. Second, if you have sub-users associated with your Chase Online account, they cannot enroll in Chase QuickDeposit by themselves. Only your company's System Administrator may initiate enrollment in the service. Once enrolled, the System Administrator must explicitly grant sub-users permission to use the service through the Access Manager module.
You can submit your deposits 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can include a maximum of 150 checks in a single deposit.
Yes. There is no limit to the number of deposits you can make in a day.
If we receive your deposit before 11 PM ET, we'l process it that same business day, and you can withdrawal your funds by the second business day after the day of deposit (additional delays may apply). If we receive your deposits after 11PM ET, you'l immediately be able to see the transaction in your account, but we'l process it the next business day. A business day is every day except Saturday, Sunday, and federal and state holidays.
No. QuickDeposit automatically creates an electronic deposit ticket for each deposit. Physical deposit slips aren't needed.
You can process checks payable in U.S. dollars and drawn on any U.S. bank including, but not limited to:
No. Chase QuickDeposit is only for checks payable in U.S. Dollars and drawn on banks in the United States.
Yes, you can save and print images of your deposited items. You can also export lists of deposits, items in a deposit, and return and adjustment items.
You can see up to 13 months of detailed information under “Chase QuickDeposit,” then under "Search for Checks." You’ll also be able to see images for up to 270 days, and up to 120 days of general deposit details on your My Accounts page.
No. You can use Chase QuickDeposit to scan and deposit checks, but not coupons.
Submitted deposits are subject to review before they are considered final. We will notify you about your deposit via the Secure Message Center on Chase Online from the "My Accounts" tab. If your deposit was submitted on or before the business day cutoff (11 ET), you'll receive this message the same day. A business day is every day except Saturday, Sunday, and federal and state holidays.
You'll receive final details on every submitted deposit via the Secure Message Center on Chase Online from the "My Accounts" tab. If your deposit was submitted on or before the business day cutoff (11 ET), you will receive this message the same day. A business day is every day except Saturday, Sunday, and federal and state holidays.
Chase will send an email that changes were made to the deposit to the Chase QuickDeposit Administrator and also the sub-user, if the sub-user submitted the deposit. The communication is sent to the email we have on file. Details of the changes will be available via the Secure Message Center on Chase Online from the "My Accounts" tab.
Chase will notify the Chase QuickDeposit administrator and also the subuser, if the subuser submitted the deposit. Chase will send an email that changes were made to the deposit. Details of the changes will be available via the Secure Message Center on Chase Online from the "My Accounts" tab.
After determining your checks have been successfully accepted and posted, you should mark the checks as having been deposited and store them in a secure location until destroyed. Please ensure that the scanning, storing and destruction of the original checks are done under controls appropriate for your business. There are no laws or regulations that state any specific length of time for you to retain the original checks. We recommend that you destroy the original checks immediately after the deposits have been posted to your account. However, this process should be done in accordance with legal and/or accounting guidelines appropriate for your business. Please be sure to consult with your personal tax and/or legal professional for guidance.
No. Chase QuickDeposit is integrated into Chase Online, and does not require purchase of additional software. However, it does require a check scanner, which can be ordered through Chase Online upon enrollment in the service. The first scanner is free with a 2-year contract and additional scanners are available for purchase.
Minimum System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows® Based Operating Systems:
NOT SUPPORTED – Windows 8 RT – for Tablets
Note: The service packs listed above are free updates to the Microsoft® Operating System that runs your PC. If your PC does not have these recommended service packs installed, you can easily download them from the "Downloads & Trials" page on the Microsoft Web site.
Mac Based Operating Systems:
Internet Browser Requirements:
To use Chase Quick Deposit, you must use one of the following Internet browsers. You will also need to have high-speed Internet service such as cable or DSL:
Windows® Based Operating Systems:
Mac Based Operating Systems:
Your Company's Policies
Installing the Chase QuickDeposit software sometimes requires some changes to your settings. Ensure the following policies are in place in order to begin. Your company allows you to download ActiveX controls. Your company has given you administrative rights to the computer to install software on your PC. Note: Most clients can perform the above tasks themselves. However, if you work for a company that has a person or department that maintains your PC for you, you may have to call the appropriate person to install these features for you.
At this time, Chase QuickDeposit supports the Panini Vision X series and Panini I:Deal® scanners.
The Chase QuickDeposit can be used with the same scanners models currently offered by Chase. We highly encourage you to utilize a Chase QuickDeposit scanner given you can utilize the full support from our servicing team.
Each Panini® scanner comes with a standard warranty. For more information, please see the documentation you received with your scanner.
Cleaning kits are recommended to properly maintain your check scanner. Cleaning kits can be purchased from the Panini website at http://www.paniniportal.com.
Chase QuickPay is an online service that allows you to send money to and receive funds from virtually anyone who's enrolled with an email address. It's fast, convenient, and secure, and it's easy to get started—all you need is a valid email address and U.S. bank account.
Yes. You can use Chase QuickPay to send and receive money at no charge.
No. As long as you have a valid email address, you can create a Chase QuickPay profile to send and receive money. Simply register your Chase checking account or a checking or savings account you have with any other U.S. bank and send money to your recipient. We'll coordinate the direct transfer between banks—without any cost to you.
Note: If you're using a non-Chase checking account for Chase QuickPay, you won't be able to accept payments from other users who also want to send and receive funds using non-Chase accounts. At least one of the accounts in the requested payment (either the sender or the recipient) must be a Chase checking account.
Of course, being a Chase customer has advantages. For example, only Chase customers can use the service to send emails to request money from others. And, by enrolling in both Chase QuickPay and Chase Online Invoicing, our Business Banking customers can send detailed invoices to their clients; request payments; and receive payments directly to their Chase account—all online.
Enrollment is simple and secure. First, you'll need to create your Chase online profile and confirm that you own the email address and bank account you want to use with this service.
If you're a Chase customer with an active online profile, please enroll in Chase QuickPay to add it to your Chase online profile.
If you're a Chase customer but you don't have an active profile:
If you're not a Chase customer, create a Chase profile and enroll in Chase QuickPay:
Once you've activated your Chase QuickPay profile, you can return to Chase QuickPay anytime.
With Chase QuickPay, it's easier than ever to exchange money with friends and peers. Once you’ve logged in to Chase QuickPay, you can send or accept payments directly from your QuickPay homepage. You also can manage your profile, add new payees and see your Chase QuickPay history. For example, you can:
If you've received money, simply log in to your Chase QuickPay profile, and click "Accept" to complete the transfer to deposit the money directly into your bank account.
Note: Your recipient must be enrolled in the QuickPay service in order to accept payments.
Your recipient must accept your payment before we'll withdraw your funds from your Pay From account.
Payments between Chase accounts: The cut-off time to accept payments between Chase accounts is 10 PM ET on any business day. Funds will generally be available the next business day or sooner if the recipient accepts the payment before the cut-off time. If the payment is accepted after the cut-off time, or on any non-business day, it may take up to two business days after acceptance for funds to be available.
Payments between a Chase account and a non-Chase account: The cut-off time to accept payments between a Chase account and a non-Chase account is 8 PM ET on any business day. For payment from a Chase account to an external account, the payment should typically be completed one to two business days after the business day that recipient accepts, subject to the processing times of the financial institution holding the external account. For payments from an external account to a Chase account, the payment transfer should typically be completed in four to five business days after the business day that recipient accepts, subject to the processing times of the financial institution holding the external account. A Business Day is every day except Saturday, Sunday, and federal holidays.
*Note: Actual timing varies depending on various factors including but not limited to the enrollment status of the recipient, acceptance of the payment by the recipient, availability of funds in the Pay From account and processing times of the financial institution holding the external account if one is involved. See the Chase QuickPay Service Agreement for complete details.
Your security matters to Chase, and we use a variety of advanced technologies to make sure our products and services remain secure. You can rest easy knowing that our online security measures are stringent and trustworthy.
We've taken additional steps to help protect you. When you use Chase QuickPay, you won't need to know or provide your recipients' (e.g. friends or customers) financial information – like account or Social Security numbers. Plus, you won't need to wait for physical checks in the mail or worry about your money sitting anywhere other than your own bank account.