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Inadvertent Check Kiting

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How can I keep an account open for a bank customer (corporate) who has been a good customer for 14 years, though recently had an instance of suspected check kiting. The check kiting situation was done unknowingly and everything has been paid. In what situations and under what conditions can I keep their accounts open?
Answer: 

Closing an account for suspected check kiting is not a requirement. It is a management decision. If you don't think this is truly kiting, then don't close the account.

First published on BankersOnline.com 2/09/04

First published on 02/09/2004

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