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CU launches Fiservs remote deposit capture
BROOKFIELD, Wis. (8/18/09)--The Golden 1 CU is the first credit union to use Fiserv’s Consumer Source Capture product, the company announced Wednesday. The credit union integrated the remote deposit capture solution into its online banking and payments solutions. Consumer Source Capture allows credit union members to electronically scan and deposit checks from any location with a computer, scanner and Internet connection. The solution guides users through the steps of creating a deposit ticket, scanning the check, entering deposit details and confirming the deposit. “We think Consumer Capture will effectively bolster our retail banking capabilities, as our members will now have the option of saving time and money by depositing checks anywhere anytime without making a trip to the credit union,” said Teresa Halleck, The Golden 1 CU president/CEO. The Golden 1 CU has more than $7 billion in assets. Fiserv, based in Brookfield, Wis., provides information management and electronic commerce systems to financial institutions, including credit unions.


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