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are all cheques crossed these days

(7 Posts)
lilyplant Tue 01-Sep-09 18:08:19

?

usnkidz Tue 01-Sep-09 21:08:43

i think so.

TinyPawz Tue 01-Sep-09 23:29:39

yes

PortAndLemon Wed 02-Sep-09 00:02:01

Yes. Or at least I think so.

WriggleJiggle Wed 02-Sep-09 00:06:23

I think so, unless you specifically cross out the vertical writing in the middle

But its only a vague sort of think.

Clary Wed 02-Sep-09 00:12:12

yes.

fortyplus Wed 02-Sep-09 00:15:19

Certainly up until a few years ago you could request a book of uncrossed cheques, but I don't know why you would want one and I can't remember the last time I saw one. Friend who works in bank says you should write 'only' after both the payee's name and the amount if it's in whole £ and you should write 'not negotiable' in the cross lines as well as 'a/c payee only' if it isn't pre-printed.

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