CWB Canadian Western Bank

Remote Deposit Capture

Scan and deposit cheques remotely from the convenience of your office. 
Writing a cheque
  • Deposit your cheques from your office so you can add more time to your day 
  • Improve your cash flow and simplify your deposit process with Remote Deposit Capture 
  • Electronically deposit CAD or USD cheques into your CWB business account
  • Make deposits anytime* and receive your funds for next day deposit

Get started now

Stop by your local branch or call today to get started. One of our business banking specialists will be pleased to help you.

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  • Using the Remote Deposit Capture application and supported cheque scanner, you can quickly and easily deposit your funds.
  • Process CAD/USD cheques directly into your CWB business account.
  • 6:00AM - 6:00PM MST service window for next day deposit, so you can add more time to your day.
  • Enhance your business's efficiency, while maintaining security and the accuracy of your records.
  • Reporting and reconciliation available for detailed and summary information on deposits.
  • Ongoing support and troubleshooting for Remote Deposit Capture application and scanners.
Item Charge
Cheque Scanner

Client is responsible for purchase of own scanner. Single-feed scanners are available starting at $350. Multi-feed scanners are available starting at $630.

One-time set-up fee $125 per location
Monthly fee $35 per scanner

    • Service is only compatible with Microsoft Windows operating system (PCs) and not on Apple iOS including iMac, iPad, iPhone and iPod.
    • Must use Internet Explorer
    • Must have enough bandwidth to support scanner
    • Must have port 80 open on PC that is connected to scanner in Windows 10
    • Skype has been known to cause interference with this port. You may have more than one device using port 80, which may cause problems with RDC.
    • Determine if Port 80 is available: Start->Accessories right click on "Command prompt", in menu click "Run as Administrator" (on Windows XP you can just run it as usual), run netstat -anb then look through output for your program.
    • Please check with your local branch for further system requirements.