Can a bank put a hold on a certified check?
Yes, if it is extremely large, if the bank believes it won't be honored, or if the depositor's account history is unacceptable.
Whether a certified check expires or not will depend on the bank that issued the check. Some banks put an actual expiration date on certified checks, but many do not. In reality, the check has already been paid for, so it shouldn't expire at all.
Is it up to the teller to tell account holder they are placing a hold on there check
No, one cannot put a stop payment on a certified check. The point of issuing a certified check is to guarantee that the check can be cashed immediately - like cash.
Yes - If your bank has not yet paid the cash No - If your bank has already paid the cash
My baby father deposits a check into my bank account without me being present and without it being signed over. Once he told me after he did it, I right away and took his money out of my account, now I'm overdraft 2,400 because the check he was able to put in my account was put on hold. I was told it was a bank error for letting it happen because the check was not… Read More
You cannot put money into your bank, you can check how much money you have and you can buy yocash and yocoins.
My bank gave me 200.00 i deposited the other 2700.00 wrote my checks to pay bills week later my bank says check is no good so some of my bills bounced some got payedstuck with owing bank too 2950.0?
If you made your deposit of 2700. with a check, sometimes banks put a hold on the check until it clears before the actual deposit is made. I suspect this is what happened in this case. Sometimes the hold can be 2-9 business days. They should have told you a hold would have been put on the check but it is probably in your banking contract anyway. The extra you end up owing is probably… Read More
Yes, I do it all the time. Just make sure you sign the check and put it in the right direction and it will automatically process your check and the money should be available as soon as you choose which account you would like your money to go into. However, it depends on your bank as well.
yes i put my account no then i will check my banlace
the bank has put a hold on your assets
my name and account no.
Banks put holds on checks to allow time to collect the funds from the drawer bank. When a check is not held, the bank is taking the risk of giving the funds to the payee before they have actually collected money on the check from the maker.
if the check was made out to a company that is now being investigated, can it be stopped if it has not cleared the bank or if it has cleared the bank is there a 30,60 or 90 day rule?
No. A stop payment can be issued only before the check payment is made by the bank. If you try a stop payment after the bank has paid for the check, the bank wont accept it because the stop payment instruction is useless now and cannot be executed.
It is always best to put a stop payment on a check if you do not want the check to be cashed. All banks can put a stop payment on a check easily for a fee.
No. A bank account can be a checking or savings. It is the account in your name where you deposit and withdrawl funds from. A bank deposit is when you put money into the account either by you walking into the bank and handing them cash or a check and the bank teller processes it to be put into your account. They are two different things but they are related.
Yes. A check will not go through the bank if you don't have enough money in your account to honour it. So you can withdraw funds from your account and make your account balance less than the amount you have put in the check. This way the bank will reject the check and it won't go through the bank. However the bank will charge you a check bounce fee and the person to whom you… Read More
I recently deposited a cashiers check from Bank of America into my checking account and my bank put a 12 day hold on it before I could access the funds. They explained this was necessary because (1) Bank of America will not verify availability of funds over the phone and (2) Bank of America is notoriously slow when it comes to releasing funds. If the car dealer has had recent experience with cashiers checks from… Read More
If a courier is bringing a inheritance check worth 5000000 into the US will homeland security put a hold on it?
NO. But when you go to cash it there will definitely be a hold.
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First you put the keys in the car, close the door, put on your seatbelt. Turn the ignition on, check your mirrors, put the vehicle into drive and drive to the nearest Honda certified repair shop.
Yes they do. I just recently opened up my second chance account with them. Down side you can only do deposits inside the bank and if it's not a wellsfargo check they put a two business day hold on it. But a bank account is better than none right? They also offer the help to fix your credit.
not all at once but if you put it in a wardrobe or save it in the bank then yes.
You can't write a check until you put more money into your account.
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Most checks are now cleared electronically. The bank probably has the information within a day or two but they typically put a 2 week or more "hold" on the check so that they can sit on your money longer. Most checks are held 2-5 business days depending on where they are drawn and the dollar amount of the item.
When you were appointed the executor the court issued "Letters Testamentary" in your name. That is your legal authority to represent the estate and sign any checks made payable to the estate or to the decedent. You should bring a copy to the bank where the decedent had their account and speak to the manager about cashing the check. The bank may put a hold on the funds until the check clears. Once you are… Read More
The engine type has nothing to do with this, and the 5.7 was used on several different Chevrolet vehicles. You need to specify a year, make, and model in order for this question to be answered.
If the check was paid-out it needs to be subtracted from the balance in the normal fashion and the individual owning the account can make a note that the original check was destroyed. In this case, the bank should have a record that the check was paid should some proof be needed later. If the check never reached the bank on which it is written, and so was not paid out by the bank, the… Read More
you go to the web site that your bank has set up to check your account ... put in the info that it ask for and bingo your account should pop up ...
Yes, any assett you hold can be levied by court order. Once the payment is made to you regardless of where it came from, and once it is deposited into a bank account, it is your assett and subject to attachment. Mildly unrelated, if you have sizable outstanding debt with existing orders for payment or levy, your best bet is to stop using the account for savings, convert your monthly payments to check to you… Read More
The bank must disclose to you upon opening your account their general availability policy. Any hold that goes beyond this general policy must be disclosed to you "within one banking day" according to government regulations upon receipt of your deposit. Most banks will tell you immediately, either verbally or on your receipt (or both).
bad check cannot be put on bankruptcy. your bank is the one you have to deal with directly about a bad check. the problem you run into with bad checks is two fold. first, if the bank has paid the check and your account is nsf, then you won't be able to declare bankruptcy and simple walk away. you will have to pay the negative balance and bring this to "zero" balance or you will… Read More
It Depends: 1. Yes you can - If you are a joint holder of his bank account 2. No you cannot - If he is the only holder of his bank account This is because, a check can be deposited only into the account that is fully or jointly held by the person to whom the check is issued. So trying to put your fathers managers check into your account is a crime.
You can now just put AT, it is assumed your certified. It used to be ATC.
The wise route to take would be to distribute the wealth. Put some of the money in a safety bank account, put some in the stock market, some in bonds, some in compound interest accounts, etc. NOTE: Carefully consider all risks involved, including the potential loss of capital, before doing anything with your money. Consult a certified financial adviser in this instance.
Yes. Direct desposit is not a legal right, but merely a perk of most banks.
yes you can but check out how much they insure per accout, get some cd's etc
It Depends: 1. Yes you can - If he is a joint holder of your bank account 2. No you cannot - If you are the only holder of your account This is because, a check can be deposited only into the account that is fully or jointly held by the person to whom the check is issued. So trying to put your fathers managers check into your account is a crime.
In most cases a check that is put into the bank on Monday will clear by Friday. However, some banks state that it can take a longer period of time for a check to clear. This is usually just as an added security. Rarely will a check take between seven and ten business days to clear.
Can a stop payment be put on a check after it has been run through a bank account with insufficient funds?
No. A Stop Payment can be issued on a check only before it is being submitted for clearance. If the person to whom you have issued the check has not yet deposited it into his account or if you have lost the check itself, you can issue a stop payment on it. But, if the check has already been deposited and returned by the bank because of lack of funds, you cannot issue stop payment.
People could deposit a payroll check in the sixties. They did this by going to the bank. They would sign the back of the checks and put them into their accounts. It was similar to how it is done now.
No you put it in the bank and wait til you need it for college and slowly take out for college stuff
Bank of America auto loan payments may be mailed to the following address: Bank of America P.O. Box 15220 Wilmington, DE 19886-5220 Be sure to put the loan number on your check.
Generally speaking, in Britain and Ireland, checks are only valid for 6 months from the date written. After that period the bank would usually request the person lodging it to get a re-issued check from the person/concern which issued it.
No of course not car registration is the state that has nothing to do with your bank or lender one has nothing to do with the other
I'm sure the law must be the same for ss in every state. No !!! your social security can not be garnished by anyone but the United States Government. Period. The creditor can get a judgment and put a hold on your acct in an attempt to garnish it. Stay calm and work with your bank. I had mine settled in a day. There is a form for you to check off informing the court… Read More
Probably not. Any alteration to the check will usually make it unacceptable, since anyone could put white-out on a check to change it. The thing to do would be to write "VOID" across your check, shred it, and start a new one.
In the event that there is some problem with the check, such as insufficient funds, stop payment, etc., it will then be easier for the bank to debit your account if they have recorded your account number on the back of the check.