Our Service for Depositing Checks Remotely is Changing

We are enhancing our service to better meet your needs.


Introducing PNC Remote Deposit

Beginning in March 2020, PNC is introducing a new remote deposit service called PNC Remote Deposit which will replace our existing DepositNow® service.

  • The new PNC Remote Deposit service will be accessed through PNC’s Online Banking service, allowing you a single sign-on environment to access both your account information and depository services while offering you the ease and security that banking with PNC online provides. 
  • Actions such as making a deposit, adding new users or accounts, and requesting additional scanners can now easily be done through PNC Online Banking by taking advantage of the available self-service tools.

As part of this change, DepositNow Mobile users will also transition to the PNC Mobile Deposit service available through PNC’s Mobile Banking app[1].

Remember this Date: June 24, 2020

Your DepositNow and DepositNow Mobile service will continue to be available until June 24th, 2020, allowing you time to transition to the new PNC Remote Deposit services until then.

  • You must download any historical activity reports that you want from your DepositNow account by June 24, 2020. Such reports will not be available after that date.
  • After this date all DepositNow services will be discontinued and you will no longer have access to any of the DepositNow platforms or support teams.

Remote Deposit Resources:

Frequently Asked Questions

PNC Remote Deposit Product Sheet

PNC Remote Deposit Users Guide

 

Creating Final Activity Reports From DepositNow

Desktop Users

Web Users

 

Getting Started with PNC Remote Deposit

Downloading the New Driver

Creating a New Sub-User

Creating a New Deposit

You will need to take the following steps to transition your service to the new PNC Remote Deposit.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have Questions? We're Here to Help.

Speak with a PNC Business Banker

 

Important Legal Disclosures & Information

  1. PNC does not charge a fee for Mobile Banking. However, third party message and data rates may apply. These include fees your wireless carrier may charge you for data usage and text messaging services. Check with your wireless carrier for details regarding your specific wireless plan and any data usage or text messaging charges that may apply. Also, a supported mobile device is needed to use the Mobile Banking App. Mobile Deposit is a feature of PNC Mobile Banking. Use of the Mobile Deposit feature requires a supported camera-equipped device and you must download a PNC mobile banking app. Eligible PNC Bank account and PNC Bank Online Banking required. Certain other restrictions apply. See the mobile banking terms and conditions in the PNC Online Banking Service Agreement.

DepositNow is a registered trademark of Fundtech, Inc.

Banking products and services and bank deposit products are provided by PNC Bank, National Association (N.A.), a wholly-owned subsidiary of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. and Member FDIC.

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