ACH Check Payments

ACH Payment Processing for Small Business.

ACH (Automated Clearing House) is a nationwide electronic funds transfer system which provides for the interbank clearing of electronic payments. ACH payment transactions generated through Dynamics Payments are processed using this reliable network and is also the same network used by federal bank financial institutions and government to transfer funds securely. An ACH account provides all the options of debit cards, including recurring billing and even online payments

ACH Payments benefits

Expand processing capabilities and provide flexible payment options with Dynamics Payments ACH processing.

Integrate check readers to electronically deposit checks to your bank account for simplified payments.

Prevent ACH and credit card fraud by complying with PCI standards.

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Remote deposit complete and mobile remote deposit complete

A Web (RDC) and mobile-based (mRDC) check image capture, storage, and processing solution that enables financial institutions (FI’s) to provide commercial customers the ability to electronically deposit a wide variety of paper checks. Remote Deposit Complete (RDC) and Mobile Remote Deposit Complete (mRDC) are the ideal remote deposit solutions for commercial customers who have checks to deposit every day. Least-cost routing and speed of collection are optimized with this service. Financial institutions can increase their low-cost deposit growth with Remote Deposit Complete.

The Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (or Check 21 Act) is a United States federal law, enacted on October 28, 2003. The law allows the recipient of the original paper check to create a digital version of the original check, a process known as Check truncation, into an electronic format called a “substitute check” thereby eliminating the need for further handling of the physical document. Check 21 is not subject to ACH (Automated Clearing House) rules, therefore transactions are not subject to NACHA (The Electronic Payments Association) rules, regulations, fees and fines.

Provide your business with ease of payment and increased security solutions from Dynamics Payments.