Qualified members* can use DeposZip from home, work, or their mobile device to make deposits 24 hours a day to their JHFCU accounts. That means no more mailing checks, or ATM/Branch visits for a deposit. Whether it’s 12:00 a.m. or 12:00 p.m., our virtual doors are open for many of your banking needs!

How it works:


  1. Open your JHFCU App and select “Deposit.”
  2. Select the account to receive the deposit
  3. Enter the check amount.
  4. Snap a picture of the front and back of your endorsed check.
  5. Tap “Submit.”


  1. Click on the DeposZip link in Online Banking.
  2. Select the account into which you wish to make a check deposit then click "Submit."
  3. Select your scanner (the first time you use the service you will be prompted to install a scanner, you will only need to do this once.)
  4. Enter the total deposit amount of your checks.
  5. Endorse the back of the check(s).
  6. Scan the front and back of your check(s).
  7. Review and Submit your deposit.

You'll be notified automatically by email that we’ve received your check deposit. Regular holds apply, and check deposits go through a quality control verification process, to ensure they can clear. Keep your check(s) for two weeks just in case it’s needed for verification. After that, they should be destroyed.

Endorsing Your Checks:

All checks must identify the method of deposit. This is very important as you risk your check being returned or deleted if not properly endorsed. Please review the approved endorsements below:

For a Mobile DeposZip Endorsement:
Account Number
“For JHFCU Mobile Deposit”
For a Desktop DeposZip Endorsement
Account Number
“For JHFCU via DeposZip”

Depositing Tips:

  1. Endorse the back of your check properly.
  2. Store your check(s) in a safe place for 14 days after receiving confirmation that your deposit has been accepted.
  3. After 14 days, write “Void” on each check you deposit, then destroy or file.

*Basic requirements include a member be at least 18 years of age, and have a satisfactory history of managing their Johns Hopkins FCU account. You must have a satisfactory credit history along with a demonstrated satisfactory checking account history as reported by a Consumer Reporting Agency