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Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Online banking enthusiasts are ''perniciously'' busy. Consumers and businesses alike use online banking because of convenience. A friend of mine sits at home, and scans checks for deposit into her accounts and saves the 25 mile trip into town. Her family chose their bank years back based on internet services. Convenience of a branch just down the road was not important. The more self-service credit unions can offer, the greater their opportunities.

Ralph E. Reardon

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Author is "on target" with his comments. We are a CUBC Investor / Participant in Remote Deposit Services.

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Remote deposit is another great feature of modern technology (or should that be competition). I recently sold a desk on craigslist. The gentleman that came by to buy that desk pulled out a "business" check from a local CU. I asked him, "What made you decide to bank with a CU?" "The personal service and lack of fees," he replied. "The big banks were fee-ing me to death. More so, though, the CU offered me the ability to make deposits remotely from my office." He continued to explain that the remote deposit feature is really what sold him. He runs a business and getting to his branch, or sending an employee to the branch (which happened to be 4 miles away) was a HUGE inconvenience and waste of valuable time to him.

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Article is all inclusive and identifies all aspects of the hidden opportunities for FI''s to offer remote deposit.

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