ARC (Accounts Receivable Entry)

An ARC entry is a one time debit entry to the account of a receiver whom has previously been notified that their check (source document) will be converted into a single entry ACH transaction. The receiver must provide the source document to the originator via a drop box location or through the U.S. mail.

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