US Bank's remote deposit capture plans
were first announced in May 2010. NetBanker has reported
that "U.S. Bank is telling online banking users that they'll be able to use the new PC-based, remote-deposit function on March 14. Customers will use standard all-in-one scanner/printers to submit checks."
One downside is that US Bank will be charging 50 cents for each check deposit by retail customers.
If you don't want to be charged for remote deposit, EverBank's Online Check Deposit
and State Farm Bank MyTime Deposit
are good alternatives.