The number of bounced
cheques issued during the first four months of 2015 reached 615, while in the corresponding months last year it reached 896.
With our new bounce-analysis tool, we dig deeper into the bounced
message and the network itself to find the real reason for the bounce.
The value of bounced
checks also fell by 31 percent in 2012, from SR 5 billion in 2011.
who is identified as a merchant in prosecution records, is currently standing two separate trials before the Dubai Misdemeanour Court for issuing bounced
The process in a bounced
cheque goes roughly like this: a customer defaults on a loan or credit card payment, the bank recovery team hounds him and submits his security deposit cheque (which will bounce).
The aircraft smashed into the runway each time with a big crash, and then bounced
back up, according to an ex-RAF man who was on board.
It was nip and tuck in the adult team event with Anastasia Toman, 15, Jenny Hudson, 14, Siobhan Dickinson, 16, and Rachel Davidson, 16, representing Gateshead Harriers bounced
their way to victory to pick up the coveted trophy.
Then, in a matter of seconds, the most unfavorable hop of the game led to the Warriors being bounced
from the postseason.
Nearly two thirds of small companies said they have fallen victim to a bounced
Stock prices have subsequently bounced
some 60 percent to rebound highs in 2004.
Scientists found that, when an infant is bounced
on a knee in time to music, it starts to develop a feel for rhythm.
If you are in the habit of occasionally writing checks before your paycheck is actually deposited into your account because you think they won't clear for several days, you may be in for a rude awakening--and a few bounced
Moments later he bounced
so hard he nearly landed in the laps of the front row.
We took the baseballs and we bounced
them from 24 feet [off the ground]," Larsen says.
Dubbed "the most amazing ball ever created by science," the Wham-O([R]) SuperBall([R]) bounced
into America's consciousness in summer 1965.