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18 Chase Bank Deposit Questions (Quick Answers!)

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Chase Bank is one of the most popular banks in the United States. It’s no wonder, with its wide array of products and services available to customers.

One such service is Chase Direct Deposit, which allows customers to have their paychecks deposited directly into their Chase account.

In this post, we’ll answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Chase Bank deposits, including direct deposits, mobile check deposits, and more.

In This Post:

1) What Time Does Chase Direct Deposit Hit?

Chase Bank typically posts direct deposits to customer accounts between 3 AM and 5 AM on the following business day after the deposit was initiated by your employer’s bank.

However, there may be some variation depending on the type of account and how the payment is processed. If you have any questions about when your direct deposit will hit your Chase account, you can contact customer service for more information.

What Time Does Chase Direct Deposit Hit in PST?

Your Chase direct deposit should be in your account by sometime between 1 AM and 3 AM PST the following business day after the deposit was initiated by your employer’s bank.

2) What is the Chase Bank Name for Direct Deposit?

The name of the bank, when used to set up direct deposits with Chase, is JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. This is what you should use to avoid any potential issues with your direct deposit.

3) Does Chase Direct Deposit Early?

At this time, Chase Bank does not offer an early direct deposit service where you are spotted the money from an upcoming deposit though sometimes you can get it the same business day as when the deposit was initiated.

In most cases, though, you will receive your direct deposit in your account between 3 AM and 5 AM the following business day after when your employer’s bank initiates the deposit.

Related: Use your Chase Bank account with Cash App

4) How to See Pending Deposits on Chase

If you’re expecting a deposit but haven’t seen it in your account yet, one thing you can do is check to see if you have any pending deposits with your Chase account.

Here is how:

  • Go to the “My Wallet” section within your Chase Bank app.
  • Now select the “Payments” option and a list of pending transactions will be displayed.
  • Tap on any of the transactions you can see more details including the transaction date and amount of deposit as well as the expected deposit date.

5) What is the Chase Deposit Limit

The deposit limit for Chase is $10,000 per day or $25,000 during a rolling 30-day period if using the Chase Mobile app to make deposits. If using a check scanner, then $250,000 per day or $500,000 during a rolling 30-day period.

6) What is the Deposit Limit for Checks with Chase?

If you are using a check scanner, the limit for depositing checks with Chase is $25,000 per day or $500,000 during a rolling 30-day period. If you are using the Chase mobile app to deposit checks online, the limit is $10,000 per day or $25,000 during a rolling 30-day period.

We recently wrote a more in-depth post about mobile check deposits using Chase Bank.

7) Does Chase Deposit Checks on Holidays?

Chase does not deposit checks on banking or on Federal holidays. This includes New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Washington’s Birthday/Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Woman using a smartphone to mobile deposit into her Chase account.

8) How to Use Chase Mobile Deposit (Step-By-Step)

Here is how to make a mobile deposit using Chase Bank:

  1. Open the Chase App and log in to your account.
  2. Tap on the menu icon in the top left corner.
  3. Find where it says “Deposit Checks” and tap on it.
  4. Choose which account you’d like to deposit your check to and tap on it.
  5. Enter the deposit amount of your check.
  6. Tap on the “Front” camera icon (located beneath where you entered your deposit amount) to take a picture of the front of your check.
  7. Change the orientation of your phone to landscape and tap on “Auto capture”. The camera on your phone will automatically open.
  8. Align your check within the white rectangle indicated on your screen. When done correctly, the Chase mobile app will automatically take a photo followed by “Looks good”.
  9. Next, you will be prompted to repeat step 8 but for the back of your check. Again, align the back of your check within the white rectangle indicated on your screen and Chase will automatically take a photo. Remember to properly endorse the back of your check with your signature and by writing “for electronic deposit at Chase only”.
  10. Finally, tap the Deposit button. You will be prompted by a popup to confirm everything. If it looks accurate, tap “Yes”.

9) How to Endorse a Check for Chase Mobile Deposit

To complete a Chase Bank mobile deposit endorsement, you would sign the back of the check like you normally would, and then beneath your signature write “for electronic deposit at Chase only”.

10) What Is the Mobile Deposit Limit for Chase?

According to the information made available to us from Chase Bank customer support, Chase mobile QuickDeposit now boasts an increased daily deposit limit of $10,000USD. The limit for rolling 30-days is $25,000USD – a significant increase from the $20,000USD limit it had previously.

11) What is the Chase ATM Deposit Limit?

There is no limit to how much money you can deposit into your Chase account using an ATM. However, as a result of the physical limitations of an ATM, you may be limited in how many checks or bills you can deposit during a single transaction.

Want more info? Check out our recent post about depositing checks using Chase Bank ATMs.

12) Does Chase Deposit on Saturday or Sunday?

You can deposit money into your Chase Bank account any day of the week – including on weekends. However, as a result of industry standards, the deposit will not be processed or posted into your account until the following Monday thru Friday business day.

13) How Long Does It Take for Checks to Clear With Chase?

Chase boasts some of the fastest check clearing times in the industry. The majority of check clearing takes just one business day, and the verified amount is deposited into your account that very moment.

According to the official statement, any check processed before 8 PM (local time) will have the funds deposited by midnight. If the check is processed after 8 PM, the funds will be deposited the next business day.

Can you deposit coins with Chase?
Photo of various coins – can you deposit them with Chase?

14) Can You Deposit Coins With Chase?

As a general rule of thumb, you can deposit coins with Chase Bank for free. However, you will have to make the deposit over-the-counter at a branch location. Also, Chase will only accept paper-rolled coins, including quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. So, if you have bucket loads of coins to deposit, you may be better off taking them elsewhere to turn them into cash before depositing.

15) Can Chase Deposit Money Orders?

According to Chase Bank customer support, you can deposit money orders with your Chase Bank account through an ATM, in-person at a Chase Bank branch location, or by using the Chase Bank mobile app.

In most cases, you would deposit the money order into your Chase Bank account just like you would with any check.

16) Can You Deposit Cash Using a Chase ATM?

Yes, you can deposit cash using a Chase ATM. However, depositing cash into an ATM is often a bad idea (not just with Chase) as if for some reason there is an issue with processing your deposit, you may not be able to prove how much cash you deposited and it leaves you more vulnerable to having that money stolen.

17) Does Chase Deposit Checks Instantly?

Chase does not deposit checks instantly. As a general rule of thumb, checks deposited by 8 PM, will typically be available in your account by Midnight. Checks deposited after 8 PM will be available in your account the next business day.

18) Why is Your Chase Direct Deposit Late?

There are a number of reasons why your Chase direct deposit may be late. The payroll department for your employer may have processed things too slowly causing the delay or you may not have direct deposits set up properly.

Really though, it’s almost impossible to know which is why I recommend contacting Chase customer support to try to get to the bottom of what the issue might be.

Wrapping Up

Chase Bank makes it fast and easy to deposit money into your account. However, unlike some banks, they do not offer the ability to receive your deposits early.  

In most cases, your direct deposit will hit your Chase Bank account between 3 AM and 5 AM the following business day after the deposit was initiated by your employer’s bank.

According to Chase Bank Customer service, direct deposits will typically hit or post to your Chase Bank account between 3 AM and 5 AM on the next business day following when your employer’s bank initiated your direct deposit.