Best Banks for High Transaction Volumes

Learn more about the best banks for high transaction volumes. Includes frequently asked questions.

Updated on August 21st, 2019

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Businesses that process a high volume of transactions a month, such as retail and point of sale businesses, need a checking account that is designed for high volume transactions. These accounts will provide either unlimited transactions per month, low transaction fees, or a limited number of free transactions.

Best Banks for High Transaction Volumes:

Our Rank

Bank

1.

Citibank

2.

Capital One

3.

PNC Bank

4.

Chase Bank

5.

Popular Bank

6.

Santander Bank

7.

Reading Cooperative Bank

8.

New Mexico Bank & Trust

FAQs:

What are the best banks for high transaction volumes?

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What percentage of transactions are digital?

US e-commerce sales reached 14.3% of the total retail sales for 2018.

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What are suspicious transactions?

Suspicious transactions usually involve unusually large cash deposits involved in money laundering.

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Can another bank see your transactions?

While banks cannot see your individual transactions with another bank, they can see that you have an account with a specific bank.

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Which bank has the highest mobile deposit limit?

Capital One has the highest mobile deposit limit at $5,000 per day and up to $250,000 in checks deposited over 20 business days.

Popular Bank also has a high mobile deposit limit at $5,000 per day and $15,000 per month.

What is the limit for mobile deposits?