US Bank Adds Mobile Remote Deposit Capture!

US Bank recently joined a  a few other major banks that have added the mobile remote deposit capture capability.  Their customers can rely on their mobile device now more than ever to move and manage their money. With the launch of a new series of mobile banking enhancements, customers can now use their mobile device to deposit checks and monitor credit card activity, in addition to features already offered such as person-to-person payments.

“These enhancements are the result of dynamic and integrated work across the company with the goal of bringing mobile convenience to more customers in more lines of business. We expect this trend to continue through 2011 and into 2012.”

The enhancements are the latest in a series of innovations that in recent years have moved U.S. Bank to a leadership position in mobile banking and mobile payments. U.S. Bank is only the second of the largest banks in the United States to bring mobile deposit technology to its consumer and small business customers.

“Mobile innovation is a priority for U.S. Bank as we strive to bring maximum convenience to our customers,” said Mac McCullough, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at U.S. Bancorp, parent company of U.S. Bank. “These enhancements are the result of dynamic and integrated work across the company with the goal of bringing mobile convenience to more customers in more lines of business. We expect this trend to continue through 2011 and into 2012.”

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One Response to US Bank Adds Mobile Remote Deposit Capture!

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