BB&T Unit Launches Tool to Measure Remote Deposit Capture Risk

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Creative Payment Solutions, a unit of BB&T (BBT), has launched a new remote deposit capture (RDC) risk self-assessment tool that financial institutions can provide to customers.

As more banks embrace RDC the new tool is designed to help financial institutions complete risk assessments, track results and comply with guidelines from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.

With Creative Payment's RDC risk self-assessment, companies can launch brief online surveys for their RDC customers. The assessment consists of questions selected by the specific financial institution and covers topics such as protecting confidential information and check storage and destruction. Recommendations are displayed as necessary to reinforce appropriate RDC procedures.

The financial institution receives an online report of each customer's assessment and consolidated reports can be provided to auditors and regulators.

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