4. April 2012 05:06
A prenote is the commonly used term for an Automated Clearing House (ACH) prenotification.
Prenotes are optional for the originating company, but they are not optional for the receiving bank or credit union (the RDFI, or receiving depository financial institution) once the originating company sends one. Under the ACH rules’ National System of Fines, an RDFI can be fined if they do not validate prenotes sent to them.
Under NACHA Operating Rules (also known as ACH rules), a prenote’s purpose is to “validate” the routing number and account number of the receiving bank or credit union.
20. August 2010 07:27
We released the new video on youtube site.
Free Personal MICR Check Pirnting Software
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24. June 2010 04:31
Do you know you are able to print your bank checks from your home printer? And the cost can be as low as $0.
Free offers of MICR check software and check paper.
Watch step by step guide on How to Print MICR Bank Checks at $0 Cost at YouTube.