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Perhaps one of the most revolutionary of the online banking revolution is the ability for members to scan checks and deposit them electronically, a natural outgrowth of the remote-deposit capture technology that began in the back shop with Check 21.

In fact, it’s hard to find a downside to RDC-since it allows credit unions to receive and deliver checks electronically and process them rapidly, saving both time and resources. But what must credit unions and their members know to efficiently use the service? Can it increase the likelihood of risk and fraud, and if so, how can that be avoided?

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