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What types of checks can I not deposit through Mobile Deposits?

You can deposit checks payable in U.S. dollars and drawn at any U.S. bank, including personal and business checks. The check must also be payable to, and endorsed by, the account holder.

  • Checks payable to any person or entity other than the person or entity that owns the account into which the check is being deposited.
  • Checks payable jointly, unless deposited into an account in the name of all payees.
  • Checks containing an alteration on the front of the check, or which you know or suspect are fraudulent or otherwise not authorized by the owner of the account on which the check is drawn.
  • Checks drawn on a financial institution located outside the U.S.
  • Checks not payable in U.S. currency.
  • Checks dated more than six (6) months prior to the date of deposit.
  • Checks that have previously been submitted through Mobile Deposits or through a remote deposit capture service offered at South State Bank or any other financial institution.
  • Checks or items that are drawn or otherwise issued by the U.S. Treasury Department.
  • Checks drawn on a home equity line of credit, or other convenience checks.
  • Traveler’s checks, money orders, or savings bonds.
  • Checks without a check number in the MICR line at the bottom of the check
  • Checks without an account number in the MICR line (Example: counter checks)
  • Checks encoded with a dollar amount
  • Checks with writing or printing that obscures any part of the MICR line