Most large banks have web based ACH portals but you have to pay a monthly fee for it.
Keefe On March 2, 2018 10:17:57 AM CST, ch...@wbmfg.com wrote: >We used to have this capability with Zions. > >We are getting it going again, but have not yet tested it. We are >supposed to go to the local branch and do the first one there to make >sure it goes right or if it doesn’t they can help troubleshoot. > >From: Forrest Christian (List Account) >Sent: Friday, March 2, 2018 12:16 AM >To: af >Subject: [AFMUG] [OT] outbound ACH > >I on a somewhat regular basis (several times a year) need to be able to >originate a US ACH payment to a vendor. My bank charges way too much >in my opinion for this functionality, and it's a pain since we have to >fill out forms and send them to them and they enter the data manually, >and on and on. More and more vendors we deal with don't want to deal >with Cash/Check and many won't accept credit card payments, and of >course they can't originate (pull) the payment either. > >I've been hoping to find a bank and/or service provider which would >allow me to just enter ACH transfer information online and have it >happen for a reasonable fee. I'm open to various options, including >opening an account with a bank (assuming that is permitted based on our >location in Montana), or using some other reasonable option. > >So far, the only solutions I've found are either prohibitively >expensive, or require something we can't provide (i.e. some cash >management products require a minimum balance commitment or a very >large monthly fee). > >Anyone come across something which might fit the bill? > >-- > > Forrest Christian CEO, PacketFlux Technologies, Inc. > > Tel: 406-449-3345 | Address: 3577 Countryside Road, Helena, MT 59602 > forre...@imach.com | http://www.packetflux.com > > -- Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.