The Chase Mobile App. The Chase Mobile App virtually eliminates the need to visit a branch, meaning you can access your money from anywhere at any time. With the Chase Mobile® App, you can manage your accounts from your own convenience. You can view all your account balances, request stop payments, make money transfers and deposit checks from anywhere. Use the Chase Mobile app to manage your business bank account on the go. Bank from wherever you are. Pay bills, monitor your account activity, transfer funds and accept payments from vendors and customers. Download the Chase Mobile banking app today. Download apps by JPMorgan Chase & Co., including Chase Mobile Checkout (SM), Chase Mobile Checkout, Chase Mobile®: Bank & Invest, and many more. Merchant services are provided by Paymentech, LLC (“Chase”), a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. There is no charge to download this app, but depending on your merchant service account terms, there may be charges associated with the purchase and shipment of the card reader. When using the app, message and data rates may apply.
Deposit checks with the Chase Mobile® app.
- Getting started
Use Chase QuickDeposit℠ on the Chase Mobile® app to deposit your checks and access your funds quickly.
Save a trip to the branch and deposit checks on your schedule, virtually anytime and anywhere.
Deposit checks securely from your mobile phone or tablet. We protect your information and never store your passwords or check deposit data and images on your mobile device.
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How to get started
Watch how it works with this helpful how-to video.
Choose 'Deposit checks' in the navigation menu of your Chase Mobile® app and choose the account.
Enter the check amount and tap 'Front'. With our new 'Auto Capture' feature, the picture of the front and back of the endorsed check will be captured — or you can choose to take the pictures manually.
Confirm the details, submit and you're done.
Common questions answered
In the Chase Mobile® app, choose “Deposit Checks” in the navigation menu and select the account. Enter the amount of the check and tap 'Front'. With our 'Auto Capture' feature, the picture of the front and back of the endorsed check will be captured — or you can choose to take the pictures manually. Verify your information and submit your deposit. After you submit, you can deposit another check or view the receipt. You’ll get an email when your deposit is received — and another when it’s accepted. If the deposit is rejected, you’ll also get an emailed explanation. Remember to properly endorse the back of the check with your signature and 'For electronic deposit only at Chase.'
Deposits submitted before 11 PM Eastern time on a business day generally will be available by the next business day. Deposits submitted after 11 PM or on a non-business day will be processed the next business day. However, we may delay availability if we require further review of the deposit. Any information about delayed availability will be provided in the Secure Message Center, which is accessible in the main navigation menu.
After you complete your transaction, write “deposited” and the date of deposit on the face of the check. Please retain the marked check for two business days or until you receive our notification that your QuickDeposit has been accepted. After that time, you may destroy it.
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24/7 access to deposit funds
- Chase QuickDeposit℠ — Securely deposit checks from almost anywhere.
- Chase ATMs — Conveniently deposit up to 30 checks and cash at most ATMs.
- Direct deposit — Automatically deposit paychecks.
Pay bills quickly & conveniently
- Online Bill Pay — Pay rent, mortgage, utilities, credit cards, auto and other bills.
- Zelle® — Send and receive money from almost anyone with just a mobile number or email address.
Helpful technology that saves you time and keeps you in the know
- Paperless statements — Digitally access up to 7 years of statements.
- Account alerts — Monitor finances, avoid overdrafts and more.
- Chase text banking — Check balances and transaction history with a text.
Connecting your Chase accounts securely
You can control what you share and with whom
- Our secure API
- How it works
- Security Center
A safe technology link
Many of our customers want to connect their accounts to apps or companies to get help with budgeting, accounting and tax preparation, or to send money to family and friends. Today, you often need to share your Chase username and password directly with these third parties to use your Chase account information in these services.
Our Application Programming Interface, or API, creates a safe technology link to share specific account information from only the accounts that you choose to connect. And you don’t have to share your Chase username and password.
Our API is aligned with the Financial Data Exchange standard supported by a large number of banks, aggregators and fintechs.
How our secure API works
We work with some companies that allow you to enter your Chase username and password directly into a secure Chase window so you can connect your accounts to a specific app or company.
After you sign in to Chase, we tell you the kind of data we'll share, so you can make an informed choice. You can also choose which of your accounts you want to connect. For example, you could decide to share information from your checking account, but not from your daughter’s college checking account.
You can shut off that access for specific apps whenever you like by going to the Security Center page on Chase’s website or mobile app.
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On Chase’s website and mobile app, Security Center gives you crucial security information about your accounts. The “Linked apps and websites” page shows you the accounts you’ve given apps or companies permission to access. It also gives you the power to remove their access at any time.
To use this feature, sign in to your account on the Chase Mobile® app, go to Profile & Settings, then choose Settings. There, you’ll find Security Center, which will show your linked apps and websites.
On chase.com, sign-in and go right to Security & privacy and you’ll see the Security Center.
Frequently asked questions
Our API protects your information, gives you more control over what you share and helps you share it safely. You shouldn’t have to give your Chase username or password to a third party to connect your accounts to apps or services.
With our API, you'll know exactly what information you’re sharing, which accounts you’re sharing from, and who you’re sharing it with.
They do – or they have a clear plan to move to it. We’ve been working with apps and services since 2016 on this. Our API is aligned with the Financial Data Exchange standard supported by a large number of banks, aggregators and fintechs.
Yes. We now require all third parties to commit to using our API, rather than allowing them to access all your account information by using your private username and password.
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Yes as long as they follow their migration plan.
They can’t access your account, as of July 30, 2020. More than 95% of all traffic before July 30 came through apps and services that use our API or have a clear plan to move to it.
We show you the apps and services that are using our API to access your accounts. Sign in to the Chase Mobile app, go to Profile & Settings, then choose Settings. There, you’ll find Security Center, which will show your linked apps and services. Or sign in to chase.com and go right to Profile & Settings and then Security Center.
If you give your username and password to an app or service, you give them the digital keys to your accounts. They can see everything you see when you sign in, including all your transactions, account numbers, mailing address and phone number.
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You can try to remove access directly from the app or service, but the safest and most secure way is to change your Chase password.