Prevent fraud before it happens. View potentially fraudulent activity on your account via Webster Web-Link® consolidated Fraud Control Center for Positive Pay.
Protect your organization's integrity
Positive Pay is our highly effective fraud control system; protecting your commercial checking accounts and saving your organization the substantial costs and security breaches of potential check and ACH fraud.
Positive Pay coverage
Check Positive Pay
- A fraud control system that helps you protect yourself against check fraud
- Files or manual issues are compared against checks presented for payment on your account through the standard check clearing process and teller lines. This is done by reconciling the account number, dollar amount and serial number
- View and decision potentially fraudulent items on Web-Link
- Optional software can be purchased to ease file creation process
Payee name Positive Pay
An optional feature that requires you provide the payee name and address on the check in your check issue file. Your checks are verified against the payee name and address on your file in addition to the standard Positive Pay verification elements:
• Account Number
• Dollar Amount
• Serial/Check Number
Teller, Reverse, & ACH Positive Pay
Teller offers an additional level of protection for checks presented at a Webster branch.
Reverse lets you review and decision all paid checks and/or set a threshold to limit the items to be reviewed. Items can be returned through Web-Link unless cashed at a Webster branch.
ACH debit blocks and filters to help protect your account from unauthorized and potentially fraudulent ACH debit entries and allow you to restrict access to the funds in your account. Used in conjunction with Check Positive Pay.
IBM Security Trusteer Rapport
Protect your organization from malware and fraudulent websites attempting to steal sensitive information and tampering with your transactions. This IBM feature works in conjunction with your current antivirus software and warns you if you accidentally engage with sites posing as Webster Bank.