I am new to work in a bank and want to know if all banks verify the cashier's check the same way. If a non-customer walks into the bank and tries to cash a $180K cashier's check and asks for $5000 in cash and the remainder in a cashier's check, do I legally have to do this? And if they don't want to open an account do I have to cash it for them?
How do we know when a check is valid, or if it has been altered or when it isn't as I haven't been taught how to verify another bank's cashier check?
I am trying to create a monetary instruments log for our credit union. I have not been able to find a list of the required information needed on the log. Where can I find that information?
What can we do if one of our cashier’s checks is converted and paid as an ACH check conversion?
A customer cashes a large check that results in a reportable CTR. My question is that the funds from the check are for Christmas bonuses for the
customer's employees. I have the customer as the conductor, but who will be the beneficiary? Can we list the business as the beneficiary?
Is there a timing requirement to return a Cashiers Check that is counterfeit?
We are the bank of first deposit for a cashier's check returned to us due to a stop payment by the paying bank. It is past the 24 hour window. We need the proper verbiage or a sample template to demand payment, in writing, based on UCC. Do you have a sample?
When two cashier's checks are deposited together and held as a Large Deposit, should $5,000 of the total be made available immediately or is $5,000 from each check ($10,000 of the total deposit) made available immediately?
What is required for cashier checks and money orders purchased at a bank in relation to OFAC?
Are there any rules that would prevent us from reissuing a cashier's check every few months for a customer? She comes in and wants a fresh check but never cashes it out. Is that a reportable suspicious activity? Are we breaking rules by doing this?
What is the process for handling a cashier's check that came in through the Fed cash letter, that has a stop payment on it and also we have a signed declaration of loss. I know we can't return it as a stop payment. Is there a way to return it or would we deal directly with the BOFD?