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#1612634 - 10/05/11 02:12 PM CTR - type of transaction
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If a customer brings in a $20,000 check drawn on another bank, deposits $5,000 to his checking account and takes the remaining $15,000 as cash back...

(1)Do I check box 32 "negotiable instrument cashed" only and list no account numbers in 35 (since the cash didn't affect the deposit account), or

(2)Do I check box 32 and 34 "Deposits/Withdrawals" and list the customers checking account number in 35 to describe the entire transaction?

I'm leaning towards option 1.
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#1612649 - 10/05/11 02:33 PM Re: CTR - type of transaction AuditorK
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Negotiable instrument cashed.
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#1612652 - 10/05/11 02:36 PM Re: CTR - type of transaction BrendaC
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Agree -- Option 1.
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#1612733 - 10/05/11 04:22 PM Re: CTR - type of transaction John Burnett
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Thanks for the responses!

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