Non-sufficient funds (NSF) is a term used in the banking industry to indicate that a
demand for payment (a check) cannot be honored because insufficient funds ...
A check that a bank refuses to honor because there is not enough money in the
payer's checking account to cover the amount of the check. For example, if Bob ...
A check often referred to as an NSF check, a rubber check, or a check that
bounced. It is a check that was not paid by the bank of the issuer (writer) of the
Banks normally charge a fee to the account holder for an NSF check. Depending
on the bank's judgment, it may choose to honor the check, leaving the account ...
Receiving a nonsufficient funds or NSF check
is simply something out of any organization’s control unless you decide that you will not accept them at all. In a medical office, if you have a streamlined upfront collection policy, most of your patient’s know ahead of ti... More »
Definition: An NSF check is a check that was not honored by the bank of the entity
issuing the check, on the grounds that the entity's bank account does not ...
Whether you write or receive a bounced check — also called a nonsufficient
funds, or NSF, check — it will cost you. Write one and you'll owe your bank an
NSF Checks are checks that are not honored by the bank in which it was written
from because of insufficient funds in the drawer's check, causing there to be an ...
Electronic Check re-presentment is the method of choice for NSF recovery. GCR
wants to educate finance officers and business owners on how to maximize ...
Aug 8, 2013 ... Bounced checks (a.k.a. “rubber” or “non-sufficient funds” — NSF — checks) are
an expensive hassle at best. At worst, they can result in criminal ...