No enrollment required.
If you’re already receiving direct deposits to your NextMark checking account, you’re automatically enrolled.
Set Up Direct Deposit
Complete the Direct Deposit form and take it to your employer’s payroll department.
Set up account alerts.
Get notified when your deposits hit your account, by simply setting up account alerts within online banking.
Early Pay is offered to NextMark checking account holders offering access to incoming ACH payments, including direct deposits, up to three business days early. There’s no enrolling or activating.
Complete this form, and take it to your employer’s payroll department.
There could be several reasons as to why you did not receive your deposit early. This could be because:
- You recently set up direct deposit and the payroll department has not processed your request yet
- Your deposit type is not eligible – such as transfers between bank accounts
- The timing on when the transactions are credited may vary
You can set up alerts² with your expected direct deposit amount and get notified when the deposit hits your account.
- Log into online banking
- Select Menu>Settings>Alerts
- Customize your alert
Yes. In order to qualify for NextMark’s Early Pay, you must have a NextMark Checking Account tied to your ACH deposit. All NextMark Checking account holders are automatically enrolled to receive ACH payments, including direct deposits, up to three business days early. Check our all NextMark Checking Accounts and choose the one that best fits your needs.
Complete this form, and take it to your employer’s payroll department to set it up.
¹Early Pay is a service in which we credit eligible ACH (Automated Clearing House) deposits up to three business days early. Early Pay is available for members with NextMark checking accounts that set up direct deposit with their employer or other payer to receive electronic deposits of regular periodic payments. The timing of when these transactions will be credited is based on when the payer submits the information to us. This means the timing of when transactions are credited could vary and funds may not be received early. We cannot guarantee that you will receive Early Pay due to unanticipated circumstances. Eligible ACH deposits include, but are not limited to: payroll, pensions, and government deposits. Early Pay has a daily limit of $7,500.00 per checking account type. Early Pay is an automatic enrollment for all members, and there is no fee for this convenient service. You can opt out at any time by contacting us at (703) 218-9900 or by sending us a secure message through online/mobile banking. Early Pay is offered at the discretion of NextMark, and we reserve the right to cancel the service at any time and without notice to you.
²Data and message rates apply.