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Vertifi signs 100th RDC user
BURLINGTON, Mass. (10/23/12)--Vertifi Software LLC, a credit union service organization (CUSO) of Eastern Corporate FCU (EasCorp) that provides payment systems software and services, added four credit unions to its list of DeposZip users, bringing the total number of participating credit unions to 100.

The four new users are:

  • $234 million asset Agriculture FCU, Washington, D.C.;
  • $678 million asset Pacific Marine CU, Oceanside, Calif.;
  • $562 million asset Sb1 FCU, Philadelphia; and
  • $916 million Unitus Community CU, Portland, Ore.
Vertifi's DeposZip  suite of RDC products includes mobile- and PC-based versions. It allows consumers and businesses to deposit checks to their credit union accounts via a Web-enabled personal computers and program-supported scanner, or via downloadable applications (apps) for program-supported smartphones and tablet devices, which include the iPhone, the iPad, the iPod touch, and Android  phones and tablets. 

Since inception, Vertifi has processed more than $2.4 billion in deposits for participating credit unions. More than 400,000 credit union members are presently registered, and they are making more than 200,000 deposits each month.


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