eCheck/Check 21 Processing

Manage your return rate.

Businesses large and small are utilizing eChecks and Remotely Captured Checks. Our Remotely Captured Check (RCC) solution is a cost-effective way to manage your loan portfolio’s overall return rates and is compliant with the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), Reg CC, Reg J, and the Check 21 Act.

Faster, Simpler, Safer

Enjoy eCheck Consistency

Since checking account numbers change less frequently than credit card numbers, eChecks are more likely to facilitate steady payments.

Manage Your Return Rate

Remain in compliance and keep your lending portfolio’s overall return rate low with payment processing solutions. These are tailored to the unique needs of your business, even with complex compliance needs.

Tag in Our Team of Experts

With Valmar Merchant Services, you will be paired with a Client Success Manager that will guide you through the setup process and continue to be the main point of contact actively invested in your success.

No Business Disruptions

Our seamless integration process ensures that your onboarding process won’t result in any downtime.
No business disruptions

Ready-to-Scale Solutions

Whether you’re just getting started or you’re leading a legacy enterprise, we’re here to help you. Let us assist you with navigating change, scaling your processing services with your business growth, and developing custom solutions for your business's unique needs and regulatory requirements.

Specialized Customer Service

Our experts have certifications in industry-specific verticals such as CBD and hemp, as well as risk and compliance, and in the overall payment space. We’re constantly sharpening our skills.
Specialized Customer Service

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With multi-industry expertise, you know that we are the right fit for you.

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