Last spring, we began a phased rollout of eCheck Deposit, a quick, safe and convenient way to deposit checks into your Ally Online Savings, Interest Checking or Money Market accounts. We’re happy to announce that starting today, eCheck Deposit is available for all of our customers to use. Like our upcoming mobile banking application, eCheck Deposit is just another way we’re working to create an even more convenient, customer-friendly banking experience.

Customers who have already used eCheck Deposit have had lots of great things to say about it.

Kerwin sent us a Tweet to let us know how easy it was to use eCheck Deposit. “First eCheck deposit successful & painless!!!! Can’t wait to try it again.”

Duong on Facebook didn’t have a check to deposit, but that didn’t stop him from figuring out a way to give eCheck Deposit a try. He wrote on our wall: “Didn’t have any checks laying around so went ahead and wrote myself a check from another bank. Seems to work just fine!”

Ally customer John Milner took to his blog to write about his first eCheck Deposit experience. He described it as simple and straightforward, and wrapped up his review with a generous, “Thanks, Ally!”

Since our initial rollout last spring, we’ve enhanced our eCheck Deposit Wizard, which walks users step-by-step through the check-scanning and upload process. The Wizard now allows both Mac 10.6 and Windows users to make deposits from wherever they have access to a scanner and an Internet connection, and it’s compatible with Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla and Internet Explorer.

In addition to calling us 24/7 or chatting with us online, if you ever have any questions when using eCheck Deposit, you can check out our Online Demo that walks through the process of scanning, uploading and submitting your check image. A link to the demo can be found when you log in to your account and access eCheck Deposit.

We want to be sure that eCheck Deposit is providing you with the best banking experience possible, so be sure to give us your feedback, and let us know if you have any questions.


Have you had the opportunity to try eCheck Deposit yet? Will these new features help improve your banking experience?