Saturday , January 25, 2020

Remote Deposit Capture

Despite Increasing Adoption, There’s Room for Improvement in Mobile Deposits, Study Finds

Mobile remote deposit capture has made big gains in recent years, but there’s still room to improve the service, according to new survey findings. Deficiencies in financial institutions’ mobile-capture offerings include error identification and tracking, unclear notices of funds availability, and overly restrictive risk-control policies, according to Ron Shevlin, director …

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After Beating Wells Fargo Twice in Court, USAA Seeks Dismissal of Mitek’s Mobile-Deposit Lawsuit

Insurer and financial-services provider United Services Automobile Association on Wednesday asked a federal court to dismiss a request by mobile remote deposit capture technology developer Mitek Systems Inc. for a declaratory judgment that Mitek’s technology does not infringe on four USAA patents. San Antonio, Texas-based USAA’s dismissal request came less …

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USAA Wins $200 Million RDC Lawsuit and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 11/7/19

A U.S. District Court jury in Marshall, Texas, awarded USAA $200 million in damages after finding that Wells Fargo & Co. infringed on two patents held by USAA related to mobile check deposit. USAA filed the suit in June 2018. USAA in August 2018 filed a separate suit in the same court against Wells …

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Rental Payments Dominate Zelle Volume; Are Transaction Limits a Hindrance?

Rental payments are the top use case by far on the Zelle person-to-person payments network, according to the chief executive of Zelle provider Early Warning Services LLC. “From an end-user use-case perspective, far and away the No. 1 use case for Zelle right now is actually a rent payment,” Albert …

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Urban FT’s Deal for CFC Technology Is a Bid To Reach Smaller Banks

Urban FT Group Inc. announced the acquisition of CFC Technology Group LLC, a remote deposit capture provider, a move Urban FT says will boost its presence among smaller financial institutions. Terms were not disclosed. New York City-based Urban FT says CFC works with more than 800 institutions and thousands of …

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After a Decade of Experience, Banks Get More Comfortable With Mobile-Capture Risk

Ten years after remote deposit capture became a commercial proposition, banks that offer the service are progressively allowing customers to deposit larger and larger sums. Indeed, as of this month, slightly more than half are applying per-item limits somewhere between $2,001 and $5,000, compared to 49% a year ago and …

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P2P Users Value Speed and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 3/19/19

Fifty-nine percent of consumers cited the ability to pay quickly as a reason they use peer-to-peer payments apps, according to a survey of more than 380 consumers from Tallwave, a digital-services firm. More than 65% have used PayPal and 37% have used Venmo, PayPal’s P2P payment service. Verifi Inc. launched …

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Apple Pay Volume Exceeds 1.8 Billion and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 1/30/19

Apple Pay processed more than 1.8 billion transactions in fiscal 2019’s first quarter ended Dec. 31, “well over twice the volume” of the year-earlier quarter, Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook told analysts late Tuesday, according to a SeekingAlpha.com call transcript. Apple Pay is now live in 27 countries, most recently …

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Mitek Notes More Suitors and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 1/4/19

Remote deposit capture software provider Mitek Systems Inc. said in a regulatory filing “that it has received expressions of interest from multiple parties” and thus is considering various “strategic alternatives” to maximize shareholder value. The only suitor the filing identified is ASG Technologies Group Inc., a portfolio company of the …

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Mitek CFO Decides to Stay and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 11/27/18

Mobile remote deposit capture software provider Mitek Systems Inc. reported that chief financial officer Jeffrey C. Davison, who in August said he would resign effective Nov. 30, has changed his mind and won’t quit. Mitek’s board of directors accepted the rescission. Long-time chief executive Jim DeBello recently left and has …

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