How Do I Endorse a Check Made Payable to Cash?


Sometimes check writers choose to make a check payable to cash instead of a specific individual. This is most commonly done when the writer is unsure of how to spell the recipient's name or in situations where they need to write a check to themselves. The recipient would endorse this type of check just as they would one that was put in their name. Sign on the back where indicated, and deposit or cash like normal. The negative to this method is that if the check is lost, an unintended recipient can claim and cash the check.
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1. Turn the check face down. On one side of the check, you should see some lines marked "Endorse Here. 2. Sign your name on the top line if you want to exchange the check for
A check made out to cash is "bearer paper" it can be cashed by anyone who holds it. An equivalent bearer check is, "Pay to the order of a happy birthday" written
If Mr and Mrs has a joint account, then either sig will do.
Only the person who whom the check is written to can cash a
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How to Endorse a Check Made Payable to Cash
If you have a personal check made out to your name, you must endorse it before you can cash it or deposit it. If the check is made payable to cash, it works much the same way, but there is an added risk involved. Checks made payable to cash can be cashed... More »
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