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 Can you cash a check at the bank where the check was written?

Answer A check can be cashed at the bank where it was written. Two forms of ID may be needed if you are not a member of the bank where the check is being cashed. A fingerprint may be asked for as well. Th... Read More »
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How to Cash a Check Written to a Company & You?

A two-party or joint check is one made payable to more than one person or entity. A two-party check can be made payable to an individual and a company. Cashing such a check requires a little more e... Read More »
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Can you cash a check at a bank where your account has been levied without the bank taking the money?

When your bank account is levied, or frozen for debts owed, it is not possible for you to use that account for check cashing. To cash a check when your bank account is levied, you can use a check c... Read More »
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How do I cash a check at a bank?

Go to Bank on Which It Was DrawnGo to a local bank branch from which the check was drawn. The name of the bank is always clearly listed on the paper check itself. Be prepared with a photo identific... Read More »
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Can a bank cash a partial check?

Whether or not a bank takes a partial check depends on what type of information you are missing if any, according to BankingQuestions.com. If the check does does not contain the complete bank accou... Read More »
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