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Positive Pay

Prevent Check Fraud

Positive Pay protects you from fraudulent transactions.

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Crews Bank & Trust’s Positive Pay system protects your business against check fraud by warning you of unconfirmed transactions before they are paid. It is simple, secure and safe.

How It Works

Positive Pay is easily accessible through our Cash Management Online Solution. You transmit a list of issued checks to us through your online account each day. Then the items are systematically matched by check number, account number, payee, and dollar amount to the checks paid from the prior business day. Any item that does not match is automatically presented to you for a payment decision.

Benefits of Positive Pay

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Simple

Positive Pay is easy to use. You also can designate other Online Banking users in your company to upload and/or enter your issued checks.

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Safe & Secure

Because items are reviewed daily, fraud can be stopped as it occurs rather than being discovered during account reconciliation.

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Convenient

Quickly view Positive Pay exception items daily.

See why local businesses choose to work with us.

Oralia Ramirez, Owner of RMZ Realty

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