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Deposit Advantage from First National Bank Alaska is a whole new way to do business. With a portable scanner and an Internet connection, you can make your next deposit from the comfort of your office, instead of a making a trip to the bank. With Deposit Advantage, also known as remote deposit capture, businesses can scan checks and transmit the digital images to First National for credit to their account.
Benefits to your business
Aside from banking from the convenience of your office, the Deposit Advantage holds many more benefits for you and your business: *Make deposits any time, day or night (those made after 7 p.m. will post the next business day)
*Reduce risk of lost checks and stolen or lost deposits
*Reduce dependence on a transportation system that can be affected by weather and other delays
*Receive the advantages of electronic collection, even though your customers use checks
*Support from Alaskans with local experience and know-how
Featuring Deposit Advantage
*Accessible through the banks Business Essential Online system
*Small desktop scanner
*Scans 30 items per minute
*Uses familiar MS Windows applications
*Easy-to-install software disk included
*Internet connection required
Get the Deposit Advantage from First National and make your next deposit from your office, without waiting in line at your local bank. No worries about the time. No worries about the weather. Bank on your time, at your place. Contact our Cash Management Specialists at 777-4685 (communities outside Anchorage, call 1-800-856-4FNB) to see how you can put Deposit Advantage to work for you right away. Return to front page
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