Deposit checks from your phone anytime, anywhere.
Tap on the plus sign and select 'Deposit' within the BenMobile app.
Using the camera on your phone, capture the image of your check.
The app will guide you through the process of sending the check image and depositing your money.
We’ll confirm via email that your check was received.*
*Mobile Deposit is not available to all customers or account types and is subject to availability of Internet, cellular or network service. Applicable only to checks deposited into a Beneficial Account. Funds availability may vary. Deposit limits will apply, and not all checks submitted will be accepted. Please refer to Online Banking Agreement for details.
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How long do I have to keep the check?
Please keep all mobile deposited checks for seven business days just in case the check needs to be resubmitted for some reason.
When will the funds be available from my Mobile Deposit?
Funds from deposits made via Mobile Deposit are generally available for withdrawal two business days after the day of deposit. If a mobile deposit is received before 5pm Eastern Standard Time on a business day, that will be considered the day of deposit. If a mobile deposit is received after 5pm Eastern Standard Time, the next business day will be considered the day of deposit. Additional delays on the availability of funds may apply based on other factors determined by the bank. For purposes of Mobile Deposit, a business day is Monday through Friday, and does not include weekends or federal holidays.
How do I know if my Mobile Deposit was received?
When the image is received, you will see a confirmation message displayed on your mobile device. The system will not provide you email confirmation, so you are encouraged to email the message to yourself – it will contain your confirmation number for future reference. Your item will receive a status of "pending." This does not mean that it has been accepted and approved for crediting. If your image is approved, you will not receive any additional notice. However, if your image is rejected, you will receive email notification within 3 business days. For this reason, you are encouraged to verify the Bank has your current email address on file. Please watch for these notifications, and contact the bank to discuss the reason for the rejection. You can also monitor the receipt and acceptance of your deposit in Online Banking, Mobile Banking, Telephone Banking, the Customer Contact Center or at your local Beneficial branch.
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