Three more credit unions have announced they’re now offering mobile remote check deposit services to their members.
They are the $2.3 billion, 133,500-member Affinity FCU in Basking Ridge, N.J., the $301 million, 24,100-member Oregonians FCU in Milwaukie, Ore., and the $501 million, 69,300-member Greater TEXAS FCU in Austin, Texas.
Affinity is using technology from Ensenta through its mobile banking vendor, California-based Intuit Financial Services, to offer RDC, the credit union said.
Greater TEXAS is offering its RDC through its mobile banking app developer Malauzai Software, also of Austin.
Oregonians FCU’s remote check capture technology is being provided through partnerships with three companies: the CUSO CU Wireless, CheckAlt and iParse. iParse provides the image capture and conversion, CU Wireless the image recognition approval process and CheckAlt the processing connection with the Fed, the credit union said.