Avoid Traffic, Bank Remotely, Save Money with RDC

By Matt Kennedy
Marketing Coordinator

With Remote Deposit Capture (RDC), you can avoid traffic and bank from your desk. Tailored to meet the needs of your business, RDC works to lessen hassle and stress. With the swipe of your check through our RDC scanner, processing begins to electronically deposit funds. This service serves as a welcome sight to those operating in high-traffic areas.

Proudly serving each of its 24 communities, Independent Bank’s mission is to actively be involved in each of the community it serves, including the areas of Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth. Consistently ranking among the fastest-growing cities and metro areas in the country, Austin and Dallas also rank among the unfortunate list of cities with the worst traffic, according to a recent study by the traffic research group INRIX. With RDC, you can cross “driving to the bank” off your to-do list.

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  • Simplicity – Forget about time spent filling out deposit slips and endorsing checks. RDC accomplishes these tasks electronically.
  • Savings – Eliminate transportation costs and delays associated with taking deposits to the bank.
  • Speed Enhance your daily operations with faster depositing, comprehensive reporting and expanded research capabilities.

Anticipating your banking needs, RDC is another example of Independent Bank’s active investment in new technology. Whether you prefer to bank at a branch, over the phone or online, you can expect great personal service.

*Please note, RDC is subject to bank approval, additional hardware is required and additional fees may apply.

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