Asked in BankingCriminal LawCommercial Bank and Checking Accounts
You know someone who worked at a check cashing store in California he allowed someone to cash a check 12000 and that person went and removed funds from the account NSF can he get in trouble for that?
March 02, 2014 6:16PM
If your "friend" (it's you, we know it, we're not judging) was following company policy in cashing that check, he shouldn't be in trouble; as long as he did all the steps required by the company, he's not responsible for what happens next since the owner/manager sets policy based on what they consider to be acceptable risk.
If he wasn't following company policy, then he can (and should) "get in trouble"; if he's lucky, he'll probably just get fired.