Why am I getting Image Error on my file | iink Payments |
Check image requirements:
The file must be a JPEG, PNG, or GIF (not PDF) - You can use this FREE TOOL to convert a PDF to JPEG
The image must be clear
The entire check must be in view
Check must be laying on a flat surface
Use the flashlight app on your phone in order to eliminate shadows
If you receive the error "check image too small, " the image quality is too low to be accepted by the Federal Reserve's automated clearinghouse. Typically, the low image quality will cause pixelation with the MICR line (check, account, and routing numbers) and the Fed's system would reject the check when deposited. Their optical character recognition (OCR) would not be able to read the check even though it can be read by humans. Since the Fed is processing billions of checks per year this is the only way they can positively confirm the check number, account, and routing numbers for the fund's transfer.
Please upload a better quality picture of the check to continue. Thank you!
Why was my claim returned? | iink Payments |
CHECK IMAGE UNACCEPTABLE New Check Image Required - Please upload a new picture of the check meeting the following guidelines: The image must be clear The entire check must be in view Check must be lying on a flat and clear surface. Use your phone ...
Entering A New Property loss Claim Check | iink Payments |
iink App - Entering A New Claim Check Here are step-by-step instructions on how to correctly enter a new check into the iink app for processing: 1. Log in to app.iinktech.com 2. Go to your Dashboard and click the blue "START NEW" button on the top ...
Why can your insurance claim check payment be delayed?
Here is a running list of reasons your claim or payment could be delayed: Incomplete or inaccurate information has been submitted for review. Missing Stakeholders or Stakeholders information Wrong email & phone number Missing Documents Missing scope ...
What type of multi-party claim checks does iink Payments process?
What are MultiParty Claim Checks? A multiparty claim check is an issued check payment from an insurance carrier with multiple payees on the pay-to-the-order-of line. Listed payees all need to sign the check in order to deposit the check payment into ...
How can I add and manage stakeholders? | iinkPayments |
What is a stakeholder? A Stakeholder is anyone listed on the pay to the order line of the check and anyone receiving funds as part of the transaction. Types of stakeholders: Homeowner: Payee listed on the check and needs to sign digitally. Homeowners ...