or ECheck are electronic versions of a paper check.It works by
making a direct electronic transfer from a checking account you
simply provide your checking account number.
An eCheck uses the same legal and business protocols associated
with traditional paper checks, but takes advantage of the speed
and processing efficiencies of electronic payments.
ACH Network is a highly reliable and efficient nationwide
batch-oriented electronic funds transfer system governed by the
NACHA OPERATING RULES which provide for the interbank clearing
of electronic payments for participating depository financial
institutions. The Federal Reserve and Electronic Payments
Network act as ACH Operators, central clearing facilities
through which financial institutions transmit or receive ACH
ACH payments or Echecks can be used for:
Adult oriented ecommerce - Shopping, membership subscription
sites, pay per view or pay per minute.
Gaming sites (worldwide).
Any other legal High risk ecommerce business.
Direct deposits from affiliate program companies to webmasters.
All ACH transactions are settled pretty much the same way checks
are. The clearinghouse takes all of the ACH files
received daily from member banks, it then divides them by the
originating bank (where the check was either cashed
or deposited) and the paying bank (the bank where the check was
drawn), then it totals the accounts, and credits
or deducts the accounts accordingly.
More than 12 billion automated clearing house (ACH) payments
were made in 2004, a 20 percent increase over 2003,
according to statistics released by NACHA - The Electronic
Payments Association at its PAYMENTS 2005 conference.
The growth was largely driven by the rapid expansion of ARC -
the accounts receivable check conversion application -
which experienced a nearly six-fold increase in volume to more
than 1.25 billion payments.
Internet-initiated ACH payments represented a second area of
growth. In 2004 American consumers initiated 967 million
ACH debit payments via the Internet (known as WEB), valued at
over $300 billion, and a 40.4 percent increase over 2003.
NACHA estimates that 80 percent of these debits are to pay bills
via companies' or billing services' web sites, 18 percent
are to transfer funds, and 1 percent are to make purchases. In
addition, Americans initiated 115 million ACH credit payments,
valued at $47.8 billion, via their financial institutions' or
billing services' web sites. Combining these two methods shows
that U.S. consumers used the Internet to initiate more than 1
billion ACH payments valued at $350 billion.
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