Are you waiting for a direct deposit to hit your Chase account?
Whether it’s your paycheck, a tax refund, or any other type of payment, it’s always helpful to know when you can expect the funds to be available.
Fortunately, Chase provides several ways to check incoming direct deposits, so you can stay on top of your finances and plan accordingly.
In this article, we’ll go over the different methods you can use to check for pending and posted direct deposits on Chase, as well as some tips to make the process smoother.
How To Check Incoming Direct Deposit Chase?
Steps to monitor your accounts for incoming direct deposits using the Chase mobile app:
1. Log in to your Chase account
To check your direct deposit, you will need to log in to your Chase account.
You can do this through the Chase Mobile app on your smartphone or by visiting the Chase website on your computer.
2. Login Using Your Credentials
Once you launch the Chase app, log in to it using your account credentials by entering the correct User ID and password.
3. Look For Pending Or Recent Transactions
After logging into your Chase account, navigate to my wallet, then payments. After that look for pending transactions or recent transactions labelled as direct deposits.
4. View Details Such as The Amount And When It Will Be Available
After looking for pending or recent transactions, you will be able to see details such as the amount and when it will be available.
Steps to check incoming direct deposit using Chase mobile banking:
1. Log Into Your Online Banking Portal
First of all, you need to log in to your online banking portal, and then navigate to your transaction section.
2. Look For Pending Transactions
Start looking for pending transactions that are labelled as direct deposits.
3. Check The Details
Then you be able to check the details of how much was deposited and when it will be available easily.
Remember, direct deposits typically take one to three days to show up. Payroll deposits arrive at midnight of the payday.
The main advantage of direct deposits is that they are not subject to a bank hold, so you can use the money immediately after it hits your account.
If you still do not see any information about your direct deposit, you can contact Chase customer service for assistance.