Walmart does not cash personal checks. Walmart only cashes government checks, payroll checks, MoneyGram money orders and tax checks for a small fee.Know More
Cashing a check at Walmart can be a lifesaver for those who do not want to get a bank account or those who cannot get one for various reasons. For a small fee, Walmart cashes government checks, payroll checks, MoneyGram money orders and tax checks up to $1,000. For a slightly larger fee, the store cashes checks from $1,001 up to and including $5,000. During tax time, from January through April, the company cashes tax checks of up to $7,500 for the same price. Customers who load their money on a Walmart MoneyCard will save the typical reloading fee. Only $1,000 at a time may be loaded onto a MoneyCard.
To cash a check at Walmart, a customer will need to bring in the pre-printed check, a valid photo ID and social security number to be entered on a PIN pad. Checks may be cashed at the customer service counter or at any register.
Cashing a check at Walmart is fast, easy and there is no registration required. Customers get their cash immediately without the need of a bank account.Learn more about Personal Banking
Purchase money orders at any Walmart that has a MoneyCenter department in the store, according to Selina H. for Bluusun Media. As of September 2014, the cost for money orders is 70 cents each.Full Answer >
Customers wishing to sign up for Walmart checking account alternatives may do so by purchasing a GreenDot GoBank activation kit or an American Express Bluebird activation kit. Either of these options can be immediately set up at the register of participating Walmart locations.Full Answer >
To cash a third-party check, you and the check's payee must go to a bank that cashes third-party checks and show proper identification. The payee signs the check's back and writes "pay to the order of" and your name above the signature line. Then you sign the check.Full Answer >
Payroll checks can be cashed in a variety of ways, including through some retailers, check cashing services, the bank issuing the check or through some prepaid accounts. The amount of transaction fees required to cash the check can vary significantly depending on the type service used.Full Answer >