Deposit (plural deposits) Sediment or rock that is not native to its present location or is different from the surrounding material. Sometimes refers to ore or gems. That which is placed anywhere, or in anyone's hands, for safekeeping; something entrusted to the care of another. Money placed in an account. Anything left behind on a surface. Mineral deposits form because some medium serves as a concentrating and transporting agent for the ore minerals, and some process subsequently causes the transporting agent to precipitate, or deposit, the minerals. Examples of concentrating and transporting agents are groundwater, seawater,.
Deposit checks with the Chase Mobile® app.
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Use Chase QuickDeposit℠ on the Chase Mobile® app to deposit your checks and access your funds quickly.
An accumulation or layer of solid material, either consolidated or unconsolidated, left or laid down by a natural process. Deposits include sediments left by water, wind, ice, gravity, volcanic activity, or other.
Save a trip to the branch and deposit checks on your schedule, virtually anytime and anywhere.
Deposit checks securely from your mobile phone or tablet. We protect your information and never store your passwords or check deposit data and images on your mobile device.
How to get started
Watch how it works with this helpful how-to video.
Choose 'Deposit checks' in the navigation menu of your Chase Mobile® app and choose the account.
Enter the check amount and tap 'Front'. With our new 'Auto Capture' feature, the picture of the front and back of the endorsed check will be captured — or you can choose to take the pictures manually.
Confirm the details, submit and you're done.
Common questions answered
How does Chase QuickDeposit℠ work?expand
In the Chase Mobile® app, choose “Deposit Checks” in the navigation menu and select the account. Enter the amount of the check and tap 'Front'. With our 'Auto Capture' feature, the picture of the front and back of the endorsed check will be captured — or you can choose to take the pictures manually. Verify your information and submit your deposit. After you submit, you can deposit another check or view the receipt. You’ll get an email when your deposit is received — and another when it’s accepted. If the deposit is rejected, you’ll also get an emailed explanation. Remember to properly endorse the back of the check with your signature and 'For electronic deposit only at Chase.'
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When will my funds be available?
Deposits Over $5000expand
Deposits submitted before 11 PM Eastern time on a business day generally will be available by the next business day. Deposits submitted after 11 PM or on a non-business day will be processed the next business day. However, we may delay availability if we require further review of the deposit. Any information about delayed availability will be provided in the Secure Message Center, which is accessible in the main navigation menu.
What should I do with my check(s) after I’ve deposited it?expand
After you complete your transaction, write “deposited” and the date of deposit on the face of the check. Please retain the marked check for two business days or until you receive our notification that your QuickDeposit has been accepted. After that time, you may destroy it.
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