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Albania Lek

ALL

Lek $ $ $ $ p. BZ$ $ $b

Lek $ $ $ $ p. BZ$ $ $b

76, 101, 107

4c, 65, 6b

Afghanistan Afghani

AFN

1547

60b

Argentina Peso

ARS

36

24

info

Aruba Guilder

AWG

402

192

Australia Dollar

AUD

36

24

Azerbaijan New Manat

AZN

1084, 1072, 1085

43c, 430, 43d

Bahamas Dollar

BSD

36

24

Barbados Dollar

BBD

36

24

Belarus Ruble

BYR

112, 46

70, 2e

Belize Dollar

BZD

66, 90, 36

42, 5a, 24

Bermuda Dollar

BMD

36

24

Bolivia Boliviano

BOB

36, 98

24, 62

Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marka

BAM

KM

KM

75, 77

4b, 4d

Botswana Pula

BWP

P R$ $ $ $ $ $ kn

P R$ $ $ $ $ $ kn

80

50

Bulgaria Lev

BGN

1083, 1074

43b, 432

Brazil Real

BRL

82, 36

52, 24

info

Brunei Darussalam Dollar

BND

36

24

Cambodia Riel

KHR

6107

17db

Canada Dollar

CAD

36

24

Cayman Islands Dollar

KYD

36

24

Chile Peso

CLP

36

24

info

China Yuan Renminbi Colombia Peso

CNY

165

a5

info

COP

36

24

Costa Rica Colon

CRC

8353

20a1

Croatia Kuna

HRK

107, 110

6b, 6e

Cuba Peso

CUP

K kr RD$ $ $ kr

K kr RD$ $ $ kr

8369

20b1

Czech Republic Koruna Denmark Krone Dominican Republic Peso East Caribbean Dollar

CZK

75, 269

4b, 10d

DKK

107, 114

6b, 72

info

DOP

82, 68, 36

52, 44, 24

XCD

36

24

Egypt Pound

EGP

163

a3

El Salvador Colon

SVC

36

24

Estonia Kroon

EEK

107, 114

6b, 72

Euro Member Countries Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Pound

EUR

8364

20ac

FKP

163

a3

Fiji Dollar

FJD

36

24

Ghana Cedis

GHC

162

a2

Gibraltar Pound

GIP

163

a3

Guatemala Quetzal

GTQ

Q $ L $ Ft kr

Q $ L $ Ft kr

81

51

Guernsey Pound

GGP

163

a3

Guyana Dollar

GYD

36

24

Honduras Lempira

HNL

76

4c

Hong Kong Dollar

HKD

36

24

info

Hungary Forint

HUF

70, 116

46, 74

Iceland Krona

ISK

107, 114

6b, 72

India Rupee

INR

info

Indonesia Rupiah

IDR

Rp J$

Rp J$

82, 112

52, 70

Iran Rial

IRR

65020

fdfc

Isle of Man Pound

IMP

163

a3

Israel Shekel

ILS

8362

20aa

Jamaica Dollar

JMD

74, 36

4a, 24

Japan Yen

JPY

165

a5

info

Jersey Pound

JEP

Ls $ Lt RM $

Ls $ Lt RM $

163

a3

Kazakhstan Tenge Korea (North) Won Korea (South) Won Kyrgyzstan Som

KZT

1083, 1074

43b, 432

KPW

8361

20a9

KRW

8361

20a9

KGS

1083, 1074

43b, 432

Laos Kip

LAK

8365

20ad

Latvia Lat

LVL

76, 115

4c, 73

Lebanon Pound

LBP

163

a3

Liberia Dollar

LRD

36

24

Lithuania Litas

LTL

76, 116

4c, 74

Macedonia Denar

MKD

1076, 1077, 1085

434, 435, 43d

Malaysia Ringgit Mauritius Rupee

MYR

82, 77

52, 4d

MUR

8360

20a8

Mexico Peso

MXN

36

24

info

Mongolia Tughrik Mozambique Metical

MNT

MT $ $ C$ kr B/. Gs

MT $ $ C$ kr B/. Gs

8366

20ae

MZN

77, 84

4d, 54

Namibia Dollar

NAD

36

24

Nepal Rupee

NPR

8360

20a8

Netherlands Antilles Guilder

ANG

402

192

New Zealand Dollar

NZD

36

24

Nicaragua Cordoba

NIO

67, 36

43, 24

Nigeria Naira

NGN

8358

20a6

Korea (North) Won

KPW

8361

20a9

Norway Krone

NOK

107, 114

6b, 72

Oman Rial

OMR

65020

fdfc

Pakistan Rupee Panama Balboa

PKR

8360

20a8

PAB

66, 47, 46

42, 2f, 2e

Paraguay Guarani

PYG

71, 115

47, 73

Peru Nuevo Sol Philippines Peso

PEN

S/. z lei . $ $ S R

S/. z lei . $ $ S R

83, 47, 46

53, 2f, 2e info

PHP

8369

20b1

Poland Zloty

PLN

122, 322

7a, 142

Qatar Riyal

QAR

65020

fdfc

Romania New Leu

RON

108, 101, 105

6c, 65, 69

Russia Ruble

RUB

1088, 1091, 1073

440, 443, info 431

Saint Helena Pound

SHP

163

a3

Saudi Arabia Riyal

SAR

65020

fdfc

Serbia Dinar

RSD

1044, 1080, 1085, 46

414, 438, 43d, 2e

Seychelles Rupee Singapore Dollar

SCR

8360

20a8

SGD

36

24

Solomon Islands Dollar

SBD

36

24

Somalia Shilling South Africa Rand

SOS

83

53

ZAR

82

52

Korea (South) Won Sri Lanka Rupee

KRW

kr CHF $ NT$ TT$ TL $

kr CHF $ NT$ TT$ TL $

8361

20a9

LKR

8360

20a8

Sweden Krona

SEK

107, 114

6b, 72

info

Switzerland Franc

CHF

67, 72, 70

43, 48, 46

Suriname Dollar

SRD

36

24

Syria Pound

SYP

163

a3

Taiwan New Dollar

TWD

78, 84, 36

4e, 54, 24 info

Thailand Baht

THB

3647

e3f

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar

TTD

84, 84, 36

54, 54, 24

Turkey Lira

TRY

84, 76

54, 4c

Turkey Lira

TRL

8356

20a4

Tuvalu Dollar

TVD

36

24

Ukraine Hryvna United Kingdom Pound

UAH

8372

20b4

GBP

163

a3

United States Dollar

USD

$ $U Bs Z$

$ $U Bs Z$

36

24

Uruguay Peso

UYU

36, 85

24, 55

Uzbekistan Som

UZS

1083, 1074

43b, 432

Venezuela Bolivar Fuerte

VEF

66, 115

42, 73

Viet Nam Dong

VND

8363

20ab

Yemen Rial

YER

65020

fdfc

Zimbabwe Dollar

ZWD

90, 36

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Reasons for bad cheques


The reasons for receipt of bad cheques mostly has to do with the party issuing the cheque not having enough funds available in the withdrawal or checking-account. But apart from this reason there are many other more minor reasons that cheques may not be honored. They include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Account holder canceling the cheque i.e. deliberately dishonoring the payment. Account is closed. In such a case a fraudulent action might have been taken. No Authority to debit. The party owning said account might be under curatorship. Account under investigation. Issuing-party may have been involved in previous fraudulent action. Account holder deceased. Party issuing cheque might have passed-on before cheque is honored. Account frozen. Or effects frozen. Usually happens in divorce when estate is evaluated. Authorization cancelled. The issuing-bank took action. No such account. Party issuing cheque gave a false instrument or committed a fraudulent act.

Just to clarify, there is a difference between a check that "bounces" and a check that doesn't "clear." However, they are often related. A check that bounces means that the bank of the person who wrote the check refuse to transfer the funds to the person attempting to cash or deposit the check. Most often this occurs because the issuer of the check doesn't have enough money in his/her checking account to pay the amount of the check. Sometimes it can also occur because the person who wrote the check "cancels" the check. (To do this you must go to your bank and sign a stoppayment order). Checks can also bounce if the bank doesn't believe the check is authentic or there is a question about the amount of the check or if the check hasn't been properly written, endorsed, and/or authorized. Typically, when someone says a check "didn't clear," they are referring to an electronic check verification system. Many businesses and merchants use an electronic scanning system to read the account number of a check and then cross-reference that account number with a database of checking accounts that have outstanding checks that have bounced. For example, if I have recently written a couple of checks that have bounced and then I attempt to purchase some items at the grocery store, the cashier might run my check through a check-scanning machine. It will read my account number and suggest that the cashier refuse my check because it has detected a high-probability that this check will bounce.

Account Closed

A check, which you issued to a company or person, the payee, was cashed by the payee. The payee's bank paid out the money and then sent the check to your bank for reimbursement. However, between the time you issued the check and the time the payee cashed the check, your account was closed. Your bank returns -"bounces" -- the check back to the payee's bank, stating that the account no longer exists.

Incorrectly Dated Check

You issue a check to a company or person, and instead of dating the check the day you issue it, you write a future date. The payee takes that check to his bank, before the date you wrote on the face of the check. The payee's bank should decline to cash the check. The check is not valid, until the date which is written. Sometimes a payee's bank will pay the check, regardless of the future date. The payee's bank then sends that check to your bank, and your bank, seeing the future date, bounces the check back to the payee's bank.

Unsigned Check

Sometimes, people forget to sign checks, before mailing them. A check must bear the legal signature of the maker, who is the person authorized to sign checks for that particular bank account. An unsigned check is not a valid negotiable instrument. The payee's bank should decline to accept it. The payee can return the check to you for signature. The payee may then take the signed check back to the her bank to cash, or to deposit it.

NSF Funds

"NSF" is an abbreviation meaning "not sufficient funds." A check you issued is presented to your bank for payment, but the amount of the check is greater than the amount of money in your account. Insufficient funds in your account forces your bank to bounce your check and to decline payment. Your bank will add an extra service charge to your account for a bounced NSF check.

Innocent Oversight or Willful Deceit

Those examples mentioned are common causes for bouncing a check. If you made an honest mistake, correcting your error is relatively easy and uncomplicated. However, suppose you deliberately issued a check to pay for goods or services, and you knew the check was not valid and would be "bounced" by the bank. In that case, your incorrectly dating or neglecting to sign the check, closing your account, or, removing money from your account before a check posts for payment may not be considered harmless error. Those willful acts could give rise to significant penalties, including incarceration, should your act later be proved criminal in court.

Read more: Define "Bounced Check" | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_6628468_define-_bouncedcheck_.html#ixzz1hGOQXY5P

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