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Treasury Management Services

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Keep your business running smoothly.

Your business is unique. Your Treasury Management Services should be too. We specialize in providing the tools you need to efficiently manage the finances of your business and save you time and money.
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Information Reporting

Get convenient access to your money and manage your business accounts in real time with our information reporting solutions.
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Accounts Receivable

Your time is valuable. Streamline your collections and get some of that time back. These quick and secure services match the pace of your day so you can stop stressing and stay focused on the success of your business.
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Accounts Payable

Enjoy convenient access to your money and never be left in the dark. When you streamline your AP services with us, you'll save time, money and headaches.
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Fraud Prevention

Fight the rise of fraudulent activity with United Community Bank at your side. We offer multiple fraud prevention tools to help protect your business, manage risk and avoid the costly effects of check and electronic fraud.
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International Services

Manage all your international transactions with our Documentary Collections service. We'll ensure payments are collected quickly, risk is minimized and documents are exchanged properly.
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Merchant Services

Now you can accept payments from credit and debit cards and provide the payment flexibility your customers expect.

Meet the Team

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Diane Becton

Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Vic Cordone

Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Emily Dixon

Regional Treasury Solutions Officer

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Kenitra Neary

Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

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Will Ward

Regional Treasury Solutions Consultant

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if I forgot my password?

Click on the Forget Password button on the Password screen after you have entered your Login ID. You will then be prompted to select a target to receive a Secure Access Code (SAC) to your phone or email. Then, enter the random 6 digit code you received on the SAC screen. You will then be prompted to change the password during your log in process. For further assistance, you may also contact Customer Support.     

Note: For your protection, your account will be locked out after 3 invalid password attempts. You will need to contact Customer Support to reset your password if your account has been locked. To contact Customer Support, please call 1-800-UCBANK1 (1-800-822-2651).

Who do I contact if I have questions about Treasury Management Products and Services?

For Treasury Management Banking Support:
Call us toll-free at 1-866-270-6100
Monday–Friday 8:30am–5:00pm
Or email us at ecorp@ucbi.com

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