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Where can you cash a check on Sunday?

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Depending on the type of check, there are several locations available for cashing a check on Sunday. Some banks, such as TCF Bank, are open on Sundays. Other locations include Wal-Mart, Kmart, certain grocery stores, select convenience stores such as 7-Eleven or a check cashing store such as Ace Cash Express.

It is best to directly contact the check-cashing location of choice to obtain details about its service. Many locations charge fees for check cashing and impose limits on the amount of the check. Photo ID is required. If cashing a check at a bank, the person cashing the check generally needs to have an account at that bank.

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