The main difference in the way checks are deposited is, that the Plain Paper check requires most bank tellers to manually input the routing number and account number into their system from the bottom of the check. The MICR printed check is able to be scanned by the Magnetic Scanner used by the teller. We recommend the MICR version if you will have a large volume of checks to deposit. This will make it easier for the teller and they will thank you for it in the end. Some banks may require Magnetic MICR printed checks if your depositing larger volumes of checks. Please ask your financial institution which they require.
We can provide you with the resources for ordering the MICR printer and the Magnetic Ink as well as purchasing the Blank Check Stock. That information can be found here… MICR Printing Info