How to Make a Mobile Check Deposit

It's easy to securely deposit checks from your mobile device

Skip the trip to the bank

Use the U by BB&T mobile app to deposit your checks with just a few taps.

 

 

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Learn to deposit checks with your mobile device

Let's help you deposit a check quickly and securely with U by BB&T. From your dashboard, select Deposits. Select the account you want to deposit your check into, then enter the amount of the check. Next, you'll take front and back photos of the check. 

Place your signed check on a solid dark background in good lighting. Once the check is within the on-screen corners, take a photo of the front of the check, then take a photo of the back of the check. Verify the deposit details and submit your deposit. And that's it. 

Funds deposited using mobile check deposit are generally available after three business days. If you want to see a history of your mobile check deposits, select History on the Deposit Check screen. We hope you found this video helpful for understanding mobile check deposit. And we hope that U by BB&T helps make depositing checks on the go a little easier.

New to mobile banking?

It's easy to get started. You'll need a smartphone or tablet to download our app and sign up for digital banking. Here's how to do it: 

 

Step 1: Download the U by BB&T mobile app for iOS

Learn how to download the iOS app from the Apple app storeApple app store (opens in a new tab).

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Download the U by BB&T mobile app for Android

Learn how to download the Android app from Google PlayGoogle app store (opens in a new tab).

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Step 2: Sign up for digital banking

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