This is a picture of the IMF Lockbox Document Transmittal (LDT). In the top part of Page 1 of the transmittal, the Bank will complete the Remarks section with the number of boxes containing Remit items, then in the boxes below, they will input the Tracking Number or Unique Number for each bag of Remits. Batching will only sign on the bottom of Page 1 to acknowledge receipt of the Non-Remit items and give the bags to Pre-Batch or Deposit area for signature. The IMF Transmittal will include a line for the IDT Returns, which means there is a Form 14039 attached. These returns should be batched immediately; do not shelve. After everyone has acknowledged receipt, a function will fax the signed Page 1 back to the Bank. A copy of the fax transmission sheet will be stapled to the top of the transmittal and given to a designated manager for retention.