We had a situation where a teller cashed a check for a non customer that had a stop payment issued by our customer. Teller issued non customer a cashiers check. Can the bank place a stop payment on that cashiers check because there was a stop payment on the check that purchased the cashiers check?
Mutilating the MICR line of a check doesn't help in the Check 21 environment. So what do we do to prevent a stopped check from being presented again?
Does a customer need a reason for a stop payment?
Our depositor stopped payment on a check. Two weeks later, his account was debited by an ACH item with the serial number and dollar amount of the stopped check. Our customer called to complain two weeks after that, when he got his statement. Is she entitled to a refund for the payment?
We missed a stop payment and paid the check two days ago. Can we still return the check?
The office manager for a business asked us to stop payment on a check signed by the business’s treasurer. Can we accept this stop order?
Can a depositor stop payment on a check that was presented for payment on the previous business day, overdrawing the account?
Can you please clarify the rules for placing a stop payment on a check? Does one signed truly expire after 6 months or is it on indefinitely?
Can stop payments be done on savings account ACH debits?
Would accepting a stop payment via a secured Internet banking site or telephone banking system for an ACH stop payment be considered either a verbal or written stop payment order?