How to fill out a deposit slip . Step one- Go to were your account is housed Step two- Your will be able to find your deposit slips in the back of your checkbook. ( behind all your checks) Your name should be already preprinted on your personal deposit slips. If you don't have any deposit slips, then request one from a teller, or you may find one in/on the writing stand located in the lobby of your bank. Step three- Notice that on the the deposit slip, there are lines or a column designated to list your deposit. The first line says "Cash" this spot is for ANY CASH you're depositing. Count the cash you're depositing and write the amount where it is listed "Cash". Step 4- Look to see that next line is reserved for a check you want to deposit. If your deposit contains checks, then go ahead and list the one check in that spot. To enter a check enter the check number in the blank and the amount in the boxes. Step 5- Realize the next line may be reserved for "Checks" or "Total from the other side". Don't let this scare you, if you turn your deposit slip over you'll see that there are more lines to add more checks. If you have more than 2 checks, you can list them on the back and total them on the back as well. Once you have totaled the checks on the back, you can list them where it says "Total from the other side". Step 6- The next line says Sub Total. This is where you add up all the cash and checks you have listed. Step 7-Check out the next line and notice it says "Less Cash Received". This spot is reserved for the amount of money you would like to get back from the deposit. Step 8- Now you just subtract the "Less Cash Received" line from the "Sub Total" line to get the total for your Net Deposit.
This is how to deposit a check into US Bank.
Here at Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union we got new ATMs, lots of members were confused on how to do a deposit, so we made this video to help out!