We are excited to announce that First National Bankers Bank and United Bankers Bank have recently become our newest NCP Training Partners.
Community Conversation, click here to hear what the community thinks about ECCHO. Become part of the conversation.
Reg CC RFC and Working Group
Click here for an overview of the proposal and comment letter
The ECCHO Effect
Checks in the Electronic Payments Age - GSQ describes the enduring qualities of the check and "the ECCHO effect."
Electronic Payment Orders
Learn more about Electronic Payment Orders.
The Next 10 Years
Digital Transaction looks ahead at the next 10 years. Click here to view their 10th Anniversary issue.
“Rule 8” and “Rule 9” White Paper
Click Here for a white paper on Understanding “Rule 8” and ”Rule 9” Warranty and Claims Processes.
Click herefor ECCHO® Rules Dispute Resolution Escalation Policies and Procedures. These procedures describe a process for how Members can escalate issues.
Don't miss this article from Digital Transactions (Jan 2011) titled: "Free of IRDs, Check 21 Challenges the ACH."
Fed Consultation Paper Response
On December 13, 2013, ECCHO filed a letter with the Federal Reserve commenting on the Federal Reserve's Payment System Improvement -- Public Consultation Paper. To access a copy of the letter, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Updated FAQs on numerous ECCHO Rules topics including Rule 9, Differences in ECCHO Rules and Check Law, Quality and Copy and Sufficient Copy
Register Now Mobile RDC Considerations
August 25, 2015. (2 pm ET, 1 pm CT)
Kevin Olsen, EastPay
Enjoy a light-hearted play (30 min) on duplicates performed at a recent ECCHO R&A in-person meeting (theme: Favorite Team's Jersey) during the informal Roundtable.
Click here for a new suggestion document for duplicate adjustment resolution. Read about issues regarding duplicate checks involving HIDC claims. And click here to read about other issues regarding duplicates.
FTC's Proposed Ban on RCCs
Click here for industry reaction to the FTC's proposed ban on remotely created checks. For ECCHO's complete response to the FTC's request for comment in August 2013, click here.
Click here to hear what the community thinks about ECCHO. Become part of the conversation.