How to Void a Check

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Although using a check to pay bills and make payments at places like grocery stores is unlikely these days, there are still some instances where you have to write a check. That’s why it’s very essential to know how to use it properly especially on how to void a check.

Step 1: In the space where you would write the amount of the check. Write the word “VOID” over the written amount if you have written the amount already.

Step 2: Write the word “VOID” across the signature line on the check or right over your signature if you have already signed the check.

Step 3: Write the word “VOID” in big letters across the front of the check

Step 4: Write the word “VOID” in big letters across the back of the check

Step 5: Write the check number in your check register

Step 6: Write a note about the reason you voided the check, as future reference.

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how to void a check whether you’ve made
a mistake like writing the wrong year or
wrong amount or want to set up automatic
bill payments or direct deposit you may
need to void a check you will need a pen
and a check
step 1
write the word void in the space where
you would write the amount of the check
if you’ve already written the amount
right over it
step 2
write void across the signature line on
the check if you’ve already signed the
check right over your signature
step 3
write void in big letters across the
front of the check technically you only
have to write once across the front but
it’s better to be safe than sorry
step 4
write void and big letters across
the back of the check whether you’ve
endorsed it doesn’t matter
step 5
write the check number in your check
register
step 6
write a note about the reason you voided
the check in case you need it later for
reference did you know in 2008 the
Federal Reserve processed 269 million
government checks.

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