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Bounce Check

December 2nd, 2017 at 05:20 pm

Ugh the $75 check I found was returned and the bank charged me $12. When I called I was told I could cash, how do I at least get the $12 back?

5 Responses to “Bounce Check”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    The best way is to call and explain. Also mention this is the first time you have had a returned check and see if they will waive the fee this one time. Just curious, was this one that had an expiration date?

  2. Out of the Dark Says:

    What?????? If there is no expiration date on the check, as a consumer, you have no idea how long the check is good for. Call the company, explain the situation, ask for documentation either approving or outlining their expiration policy and talk to you bank manager about the situation. I call BS.......banking shenanigans.

  3. Amber Says:

    Thanks. I'm off Monday and I'm sure they're not open tomorrow so I'll be calling. The sad thing is I did not make a copy of the check and no there was no expiration date.
    I'll let them know I never bounced s check m fingers crossed I get the money back. Ugh

  4. rob62521 Says:

    I would definitely be making phone calls and especially the bank manager. That is a load of garbage if the check didn't have an expiration date.

  5. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Amber just wanted to say you are inspirational with the way you are paying down your credit cards 💳!

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