Deposit checks in a snap with our mobile app

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Can’t make it to a branch or ATM to deposit that check? With the Webster Mobile App you don’t have to. Using your smartphone or tablet, Mobile Deposit lets you conveniently deposit checks, check balances, make payments, transfer funds, and more from your personal or business accounts. Anytime. Anywhere. In a snap. 


How to get started: 

1. First, you need to enroll in online banking for access to our mobile app.

2. Next, download our app.  

3. To make a deposit, login to the app and select Deposit Checks.

4. Click Deposit a Check to make your check deposit or review your deposit history.

5. Fill in the Deposit To and Amount fields.

6. Make sure you endorse it. Then use the app to snap a picture of the front and back of your check.

7. Click Submit. Congratulations you submitted your check deposit. Once approved, $100 of your mobile deposit is available same day, if made before 5:00pm EST on a business day.


You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail when your check is received. Once your check is processed, we’ll send you a status email.

Give it a try! We’d love to know what you think. With Mobile Deposits, banking when and where you want has never been easier.

 Webster Mobile Deposit is available for Android and iPhone users and subject to eligibility requirements. Apple and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Mobile Deposit Limits: We may establish limits that apply tot he amount of any individual check, the dollar amount and number of checks that may be deposited in a day, and the dollar amount of checks that may be deposited in a multi-day period. To learn more, see the Webster Mobile Deposit Terms and Conditions. Subject to eligibility requirements. Not available with Opportunity Checking.




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