E-Check (or echeck)

E-Check (or echeck)

E-Check payments are ACH payments that originate via the internet, telephone, point-of-sale (POS), or bill payment sent through the mail or unattended lockbox. For mail and lockbox payments, the paper check is not deposited, but converted into an ACH debit. Learn more about e-check payments here.

Related Terms

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    An entry initiated at an electronic terminal, such as an automated teller machine (ATM). This entry can either be a debit or a credit.

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    Unfair or Deceptive Acts of Practices (UDAP) is a collection of rules for banking regulations, aiming to protect credit card users while adding to card-related disclosures.

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