Check Processing

Are you looking to process checks, eChecks, and direct debits through your merchant account? Look no further! More than ever, businesses are looking to expand the types of payments they offer. And as we increasingly move toward a cashless and contactless world, businesses are looking for check processing solutions that will keep them ahead of the curve.


Whether you’re wondering if eCheck is safe, looking to accept ACH payments, or browsing for B2B solutions, find the resources you need to navigate check processing. Let this type of digital payment expand your business at any stage.

Most Recent Check Processing Articles

R82 ACH Return Code: Invalid Foreign Receiving DFI Identification

One obstacle you might face when processing ACH payments is receiving ACH Return Code R82. Among the 85 possible return codes, R82 is specific to…

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R81 ACH Return Code: Non-Participant in IAT Program

ACH return codes are a common part of processing ACH payments. Though, some are less common than others, like ACH Return Code R81. This code…

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R80 ACH Return Code: IAT Coding Error

Within the long list of ACH return codes, R80 is most commonly received with International ACH Transactions (IATs). An IAT is any ACH transfer that…

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R77 ACH Return Code: Non-Acceptance of R62

ACH payments have become a popular and convenient method for transferring funds electronically, but it's important to understand the various return codes associated with them,…

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R76 ACH Return Code: No Errors Found

ACH return code R76 is one of the many ACH return codes merchants receive while processing ACH payments. Each code indicates a specific reason why…

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R75 ACH Return Code: Original Return Not a Duplicate

Most ACH payments process smoothly, but sometimes ACH return codes generate—such as ACH return code R75. To put it simply, ACH returns prevent merchants from…

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R74 ACH Return Code: Corrected Return

Out of the many, many ACH return codes, business owners may encounter ACH return code R74 while processing payments. These return codes occur when a…

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R72 ACH Return Code: Untimely Dishonored Return

ACH return code R72 is one of the many return codes you may encounter while processing ACH transactions. Unsuccessful ACH transactions produce an ACH return…

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R71 ACH Return Code: Misrouted Dishonor Return

Although accepting ACH payments is usually hassle-free, encountering an ACH return code R71 can complicate things. When dealing with returned transactions, you may experience error…

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ACH R70 Return Code: Permissible Return Entry Not Accepted

If you stumble across ACH return code R70, you're not alone. Return codes can be frustrating and are usually abrupt, due to returned transactions by…

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