Banking With South Carolina Just Got Easier
These links make doing business with the State of South Carolina simple through online banking.
Access BidSC Investment
Visit BidSC.com now
BidSC is an innovative and efficient means for investing in certificates of deposit. It provide eligible South Carolina financial institutions with the opportunity to compete online for State of South Carolina investment dollars every quarter. Bids will be accepted online at www.BidSC.com every January, April, July and October for funding at the end of that month. The auctions will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 10:30 a.m. The State Treasurer will make available $75 million for six (6) month certificates of deposit each quarter.
Search Outstanding/Historical Checks DatabaseSearch Outstanding/Historical Checks Database now
This database is provided by the State Treasurer’s Office as a means for recipients to locate information about checks that have been issued, but that are still outstanding (that are ‘uncashed’). The State Treasurer’s Office considers checks to be outstanding after ninety (90) days, and moves these checks to ‘historical’ status after two (2) years. The Outstanding/Historical Checks Database contains checks that are greater than two (2) years old. It can be searched by entering at least three (3) characters of the name of the person or business to which the check was issued. Results for one or more checks meeting the specified criteria will be displayed. Upon identifying and selecting the appropriate check, the check number and the issuing agency will be display along with contact information for the agency. THE ORIGINAL ISSUING AGENCY IS THE ONLY ENTITY THAT CAN REPLACE OR REISSUE A CHECK.
Search Electronic Vendor
Search Electronic Vendor Payment Database now
Access to the Electronic Vendor Payment Database is provided by the State Treasurer’s Office as a means for vendors (payees) to identify the invoice(s) being paid by a direct deposit. The State Treasurer’s Office uses the Corporate Trade Exchange (CTX) Automated Clearing House (ACH) format to directly deposit payments into a participating vendor’s bank account. The State Treasurer's Office DOES NOT provide the vendor with notification of a deposit. It is the responsibility of the financial institution to provide remittance information to the vendor. If the financial institution cannot provide this information, it can be locate by searching this database. Only the most recent six months of electronic vendor payments are available in this database.
This database can be search by entering the vendor’s Employer Identification Number (EIN) and the exact amount of the direct deposit on the banking statement received from the financial institution.