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HOPE Mobile – User Guide – Make Deposit

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If you’d like to make a deposit from your phone, this is how to do it.

  • Select “New Deposit” from the “Make Deposit” menu list to deposit a check to your account. You will need to accept the Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) terms and conditions to continue.
  • Use the arrow under “Select Account” to designate which account will receive your mobile deposit.
  • Enter the amount of the check you will be depositing.
  • Note the schedule for check deposits before proceeding.

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  • Tap the “Take Photo” boxes to snap a picture of the front and back sides of the check.
  • Be sure to sign the back of your check. Also make sure that all four corners of the check are visible in the picture.
  • Tap the “Submit” button when you are ready to complete your mobile deposit.

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  • Use the “History” option of the “Make Deposit” menu to see a list of previous mobile deposits that have been made to your account.
  • You can also use this screen to initiate a mobile deposit.

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