|There is the option to pay a fee, but you don't have to. You can print and take to your bank and deposit. I've had issues with ATM, if this happens, just walk it in and a bank clerk will assist you.|
I love echecks, and ACH...the most organized of companies in our industry use these payment methods. I don't receive that many checks any longer. Most payments are ACH and epayment. I love it. Their payments are predictable.
Companies actually save money this way (postage, time, labor to process by hand). With post offices set to operate fewer hours/days in the future, I am thinking more companies may go this way.