Echecks FAQ

 

What is an eCheck?:

eCheck is a digital version of a paper check. eChecks use the Automated Clearing House (ACH) to direct debit from a customer’s checking or savings account into a merchant’s business bank account.

Your information must be up to date in our system

  • name
  • address
  •  telephone
  •  email

You will also need your bank account information that must include bank routing and checking or savings account numbers, this information can usually be obtained on your bank’s website or via phone with your bank.

Your deposit limits via echecks will increase after a few initial deposits using this method.

** It’s very important to remember that, just as with a paper check, when using an eCheck you must have the deposited funds in your bank account for at least 5 business days.

Where you can find the echecks payment method

On this screen you will only need to provide type of account(checking or savings) your bank routing number, your account number and the amount you want to deposit.

After these steps are completed the transfer is immediate and secure.