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The other day I received a check (allegedly) from NBF for Home Care Employees - sent from Raymond James Associates, 333 Adams St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
George, Kingsport, TN
July 16, 2014 02:15:29 PM
In reply to George, Kingsport, TN
Thanks for reaching out to us, George. We certainly understand the importance of wanting to know if a check is valid. We'll be happy to help you out.
If you receive a check drawn on a TD Bank account, the best way to verify if the check is valid is by visiting one of our TD Bank Stores where a representative can assist you to confirm if the check you received is real or not. Another option is to attempt to cash the check instead of depositing it to your account. This would help to avoid any extra holds and/or return fees that may occur due to insufficient funds or other reasons, such as a fraudulent check. For hour and locations near you visit http://bit.ly/TDStores .
Prior to visiting we recommend examining the check for the following items:
- Missing perforated edges
- Floating or "scanned" signature
- Multiple font sizes
- Missing or incorrect information
- Too much information on the check
If any of these indicators are present on the check in question, more than likely the check is not valid.
We hope the information presented above is useful and enjoy the rest of your day, George!
Sandy D, Mount Laurel
July 16, 2014 02:16:23 PM
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