Apparently many folks out there don’t enjoy having to go to the bank in order to deposit a check, as PayPal seems quite happy to announce that more than $100,000 of checks have been received by PayPal’s updated iPhone app in the first 36 hours. The new app allows users to deposit checks without having to go through the usual hassle of going to a bank, instead relying on the camera of the iPhone to capture the necessary information on the check. Sounds like a useful innovation.
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