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Fraud Prevention Services

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Be safe. Stay safe.

Let's fight the rise of fraudulent activity together. We offer multiple fraud prevention tools to help protect your business so you can manage risk and avoid the costly effects of check and electronic fraud.
Positive Pay
  • Detects potential unauthorized payments by comparing the checks you have issued against the checks that have been presented for payment
  • Provides our tellers with pertinent information to protect your account from suspicious checks
  • Issues email alerts allowing you to approve or decline payment on any suspicious payments
  • Allows you to manage payments quickly and easily through Business Online Banking
                   
ACH Debit Block
  • Allows you to block and return all ACH debit transactions on designated accounts
  • Automatically returns these unauthorized debits to the originating bank
                  
ACH Debit Filter
  • Allows you to preauthorize companies and agencies to draft from your account as ACH debit transactions
  • Blocks all other debit transactions and returns them to the originating bank
Check Block
  • Allows you to block and return all checks on designated accounts
  • Automatically returns these unauthorized checks to the originating bank

Meet the Team

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Diane Becton

Vice President, Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Vic Cordone

Vice President, Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Emily Dixon

Vice President, Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Kenitra Neary

Vice President, Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Will Ward

Vice President, Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact if I have questions about my business loan?

Stop by one of our locations near you to speak with a loan officer.

If you'd like to speak with one of our customer support representatives, please call us at 1-800-UCBANK1 (1-800-822-2651).

I’m switching my hazard insurance to a different company. What do I do?

You need to let us know as soon as possible by fax or mail at the address below that you’ve changed insurance companies.  Please include your name, address and loan number, along with the new policy information.

Mail:
United Community Bank
ISAOA/ATIMA
P O Box 7092
Troy, MI 48007-7092 

Fax: 1-248-710-1630

You may also submit your insurance policy online at http://www.expressinsuranceinfo.com/3076927

Please ensure that the mortgagee clause on the new policy matches the name and address above. 

What number do I call if I have a question about my insurance?

Please call our Insurance Department at 1-888-801-6590 for questions about an insurance notice or if you change insurance providers.

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Learning Center

Maximize your banking relationship in 2021.

By Rich Bradshaw, President and Chief Banking Officer – United Community Bank

At the heart of a successful business are a variety of significant relationships, from customers and employees to vendors and landlords. Building a network of trusted individuals can help you attract new clients, grow your business and ideally, act as a third-party endorsement. 
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4 tips to help boost profit margins

When the economy took a downward turn, you — like many — may have felt compelled to sell as much as possible to as many customers as possible. But if you slashed prices on products and services or sold to less desirable customers to do that, it’s time for a new mindset. Those steps likely narrowed your profit margins, and it’s time to put your focus on finding ways to boost those margins. 
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What’s the deal with earnest money?

By United Community Mortgage Services

One of the best things you can do before you start shopping for a home is to take a look at the sales contract you’ll fill in when you do decide to make an offer. That way you’re not trying to figure out what you’re agreeing to as you rush to get that contract to the seller.
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