How do I get a deposit slip from regions?

Regions Help & Support Log in and select the Customer Service tab, then Order Checks & Deposit Slips from the Account Services section.

How do I get a bank deposit slip?

You can usually find deposit slips at the back of your checkbook or at the counter of your local bank branch. If you can’t find one in either of those places, you can ask for one at the teller window at your bank.

Can you get blank deposit slips at bank?

You can either use the deposit slip that is pre-printed with your checking or savings account number or a blank one that is provided by the bank.

Can you make copies of deposit slips?

Although not a lot of people choose to make their own slips, it’s good to know that it’s a possibility. As long as you have the right software, you can make your own deposit slips and use them. Either that or you can create new templates for your bank’s use.

Do I need a deposit slip to deposit cash?

When you deposit cash at a bank or credit union, you typically need to use a deposit slip. That’s simply a slip of paper that tells the teller where to put the money. Write your name and account number on the deposit slip (deposit slips are usually available at the lobby or drive-through).

How do I print bank slips?

1) Click here, or navigate to the “Print Deposit Slips” page found on the “Bank Accounts” page. Alternatively, you can click “More” on the top of your screen, then hover over “Bank Accounts” and click “Print Deposit Slips”. 2) Select which bank account you’d like to print a deposit slip for.

What are the information needed in the deposit slip?

Information generally found on deposit slips includes: The date on which the deposit is being made, the name of the depositor, the account number to which the funds will be deposited, the name of the account holder, the type of deposit (cash or check), and in some cases, the source of funds.