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#1389686 - 05/12/10 03:40 PM CTR: Part II
lesterpester Offline
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When filling out a CTR for a cashed cashier's check drawn off my FI, we currently check Item 32 - Negotiable Instrument(s) Cashed and Item 35 - Account Number(s)Affected (if any)giving the DDA account number used for cashier's checks. We were told by a former compliance officer that Item 35 does not need to be checked in this instance. Which way is correct? Thanks for your help!

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#1389701 - 05/12/10 03:56 PM Re: CTR: Part II lesterpester
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I do both, otherwise I might never find the item if I had to go back 3 or 4 years later.

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#1389830 - 05/12/10 06:22 PM Re: CTR: Part II
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We do the same for the same reason. My understanding is that Box 35 is only left blank if the cashed item is drawn on another FI.
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#1390346 - 05/13/10 03:16 PM Re: CTR: Part II dickr
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I agree with Georgia Plum and dickr.

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#1399575 - 06/04/10 01:39 PM Re: CTR: Part II nemsi
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In the May 8, 2010, Forms Enhancement and Batch Processing release on the efiling site, one of the items is:

Item 35 (Account Number(s) Affected (if any)) now becomes active no matter which type of transaction is identified in Part II.

Does this mean we need to enter an account number for a negotiable instrument cashed that is not on our financial instituion?

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#1400007 - 06/04/10 08:49 PM Re: CTR: Part II CBG
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No. Any account number you enter should be an account in your bank, just as would be the case if you were filing (gasp!) paper CTRs. It can be a loan number, the account number for your cashier's checks, or a customer deposit number, etc.
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