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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an electronic check?
An electronic check also known as an echeck, electronic check conversion, or Back Office Conversion (BOC)–is an electronic version of a paper check. Electronic checks allow merchants to convert paper check payments made by customers to electronic payments that are processed through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network. Simply put, it’s a fast, efficient, and secure way to process check payments.
Because of the many benefits and increased security methods that electronic checks offer, this method of payment is quickly growing in popularity. In 2007, electronic check conversion increased by 30%, with more than 3.1 billion paper checks converted to echecks through in-store transactions. Familiarizing yourself with how electronic checks work, the benefits and security features they offer, and how you can get started with electronic check conversion will save you time and money and help you provide greater protection from fraud.

How do electronic checks work?
Electronic check conversion is a simple method of processing payments, and the changes to how you do business are minimal. One of this method's greatest advantages is that you can electronically submit checks instead of having to physically mail them, saving you time and increasing efficiency.
The information is transferred electronically via the Federal Reserve Bank's ACH Network, which takes the funds from your account and deposits in ours.

What are the benefits of paying via eCheck?
Simple, safe, smart. Electronic check conversion is easy to set up and relies on the ACH Network for processing, the same reliable and trusted funds transfer system that handles Direct Deposit and Direct Payment. Plus, echecks are a smart choice for the environment, helping to reduce more than 67.4 million gallons of fuel used and 3.6 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions created by transporting paper checks.

Fewer errors and reduced fraud. Echecks are processed using an automated system, which cuts down the number of people who must handle the check, reducing the potential for error and fraud. Merchant service providers also maintain, monitor, and check files against negative account databases that store information about individuals or companies that have past records of fraud to help decrease fraudulent activity.

Is security increased with electronic checks?
Electronic check conversion leverages the latest information protection features such as encryption and message authentication. Because of this, many retail merchants, merchant service providers, and financial institutions consider it to be one of the most secure payment methods in the electronic payment processing industry.

What is the ACH Network?
The Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network is a funds distribution system that moves funds electronically from one entity to another. This highly reliable and efficient nationwide electronic network is governed by the rules established by the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) and the Federal Reserve (Fed). The ACH payment system also handles debit card transactions; direct deposits of payroll, Social Security, and other government benefits; direct debit payments; and business-to-business payments.