Originate electronic payments or receipts with ACH Services
- Direct Deposit Payroll Processing for your employees
- Accounts Payable origination for expense reimbursements, dividends, flex spending, utility payments, and other automatic or recurring payments
- Accounts Receivable origination for client billing, membership dues, donations, and other recurring receivables
- Transfer funds between your accounts held at other banks in the USA
Use the ACH Quick Start Tool to learn how to use ACH for sending and receiving payments, or watch our video tutorial to learn more.
We must receive the file before 5:00 PM. If the file must go out tomorrow and you have missed the 5:00 PM deadline, same day ACH services are available at an additional cost and the file must be processed by 1:30 PM. Contact your local branch or Cash Management Support.
You should have access to approve the file on the eBiz Mobile app. If you do not have access, we can make the changes required to allow you to approve on the eBiz Mobile app. Contact your local branch or Cash Management Support.
If the first number of the routing number is a 5, it is an internal routing number from a deposit slip and cannot be used for direct deposit purposes. The employee will need to provide the routing number from a check. It is also possible to get the correct routing number from the employee’s bank.
Message from webpage
Transfer to Amount Exceed the Template Amount Range.
The template limit can be increased for this instance with email confirmation from an authorized company representative. Contact your local branch or Cash Management Support.
File not Originated: Memopost Completed with Errors
Funding account has insufficient funds: Transfer funds to cover the file and resubmit
If you want to submit a next-day ACH, it must be submitted no later than 5:00 PM. If it is after 5:00 PM, the file effective date must be the following business day. If the file must go out tomorrow, same day ACH services are available at an additional cost and must be processed by 1:30 PM.