I had claimed bankruptcy on those debts 10 years ago. I received a check made out to cash from a client of mine for payment and went to his bank (a federal credit union) to cash it.
I had claimed bankruptcy on those debts 10 years ago. I worked for a bank and if you are not a client then they do not have to cash the cheque.
Of course, she wouldn't tell me what these amounts are.
She suggested that I: 1) Deposit the checks into my account at my bank or 2) Drive to the 'home' branch of the account holder (~100 miles away) and attempt to cash the checks at that branch. Specifically, I'm curious if the bank can refuse to honor / cash these legitimate checks, drawn on the bank.
Thanks in advance for your input and / or assistance.
There are no Fed Regs or Acts that mandate a bank to honor a check for a non-customer in person. If this is their policy then they are well within their right to refuse to cash the check for you.
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