Inspirus Checking: Digital Banking

The following are common questions from our members and the answers that normally fulfill the associated need. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us directly via phone at 206-628-4010, toll free at 888-628-4010 or via secured message within your digital banking account.

Viewing check images on Digital Banking requires the disabling of pop up blocker and 3rd party cookies must be enabled. The steps to disable pop up blocker and enable 3rd party cookies are attached HERE.

The most convenient way to stop a payment on a check is via your digital banking account. Please note, if a merchant has chosen to process your check electronically, an image of the item will not be available. Electronically processed checks will list the payee's name in the transaction comment next to the check number in your account history. A rolling history of 18 months is available.

To view a copy of the processed check via digital banking, here are the steps to follow:

  1. Log into your Digital Banking account
  2. From the Dashboard, you should see all of your checking accounts listed. Click the account that would contain the check you want to find.
  3. Next, you will need to find the associated check entry. There are multiple ways you can do this including:
    1. Scroll down the list until you find the check (or)
    2. Use the search box to enter in a search term, click enter (or)
    3. Use the advanced search option (the button next to the search box) to search by date, category, amount, type, credit/debit or check number.
  4. When you find the check, click on it to see the transaction details
  5. Click the “View Check” button found in the “Check Image” section
  6. An image of the check will appear on your screen. You may print or save the image.

Viewing check images on Digital Banking requires the disabling of pop up blocker and 3rd party cookies must be enabled. The steps to disable pop up blocker and enable 3rd party cookies are attached HERE.

Only one check can be processed per deposit/transaction.  
For example, 5 checks would mean 5 deposits/transactions.