What Happens When I Deposit a Check That Bounces?

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When an individual deposits a check that bounces, the bank will typically charge a fee. An individual should make sure that there is enough money to cover the check amount.
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When you deposit a check that bounces, you may be charged a fee, depending on your bank's policies. If you are not charged a fee, the money will just not end up in your account. The person who wrote the bounced check will also likely incur fees.
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