What is the dollar limit for mobile deposit?

When you register for mobile deposit, you’ll receive an email with your personalized limits. You can also find your limits per deposit displayed on the mobile deposit screen. Limits may change based on your account activity.

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Great question! Mobile deposit is an easy way to electronically deposit checks from your mobile device using our mobile app.

The best part? Mobile deposit is free1 to Gate City Bank customers. Simply download the Gate City Bank mobile app to get started.

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Great question! You need only be a current Gate City Bank customer with a checking or savings account to use mobile deposit. You must also be enrolled in online banking and have downloaded our mobile app. Before depositing your first check, you’ll need to read and accept the Mobile Remote Deposit Agreement. Don't have our mobile app? Download it today:

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After submitting the mobile deposit, you’ll receive a reference number and status for it. When your deposit is accepted, it may take up to one business day2 to appear in your account. If your deposit is held for review, you’ll receive an email notification when your mobile deposit is either approved or declined. If the deposit is declined, you will receive an email notification indicating the reason.

Please check your email within a business day of your deposit. You’ll be able to see the status of current and past deposits by selecting “View Deposit History” on the mobile deposit screen.

Fear not! You’ll receive an email notification if your mobile deposit is declined. It’s best to check your email within one business day of your deposit.

The reasons for your mobile deposit being denied can vary. Your specific reasoning can be accessed within mobile deposit history by clicking on the deposit itself.

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1 Data connection is required. Wireless carrier fees may apply.

2 Mobile deposits are not processed on weekends or federal holidays.