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How do I send a standard ACH transfer?
How do I send a standard ACH transfer?

Standard ACH transfers are free to send and take 1-3 business days to process. Need to send the ACH faster? Check out how to do so.

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Here’s how to send an ACH from the North One app:

  1. From your home screen, click Send ACH, or click Pay at the bottom of your screen at any point

  2. Select Send an ACH payment

  3. Choose Standard and click Continue

  4. Choose the recipient you’d like to send to or add a new one, then click Continue

  5. Input the amount of the ACH, and the Envelope you’d like to pay from. You can also edit your recipient from this screen if necessary

  6. Click Continue

  7. You’ll be given the option to notify the recipient via email, but you can skip this if you’d prefer

  8. Select Send Payment

Here’s how to send an ACH from your web browser:

  1. Click Pay at the top of your screen

  2. Choose Send an ACH payment

  3. Select the Standard option and click Continue

  4. Choose the recipient you’d like to send to or add a new one, then click Continue

  5. Input the amount of the ACH, and the Envelope you’d like to pay from. You can also edit your recipient from this screen if necessary

  6. You’ll be given the option to notify the recipient via email, but you can skip this if you’d prefer

  7. Select Send Payment

ACHs take 1-3 business days to process. They are free to send and receive from your North One Account. There is a daily outbound ACH limit of $50,000 per transfer, per day.

Please note that some banks have different routing numbers for receiving an ACH versus a wire. Confirm your recipient’s account details to make sure they get the funds without any problems.

Need to send the ACH faster? Check out how to send a same-day ACH transfer.

North One is a financial technology company, and not a bank. Banking services are provided by The Bancorp Bank; N.A., Member FDIC.

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