cashier's check


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a check issued by the officer of a bank on the banks own account (not that of a private person)

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Tarbert emphasized that just because a bank makes funds from a cashier's check available, it doesn't mean the money is actually sitting in the account.
A cashier's check is one "issued by a bank, and sold to its customer" to be payable to a third party.
The Wyoming cashier's check turned out to be fraudulent.
Opening bid is $300,000, with a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $30,000 required to bid.
While banks and corporations have always been subject to forgeries and bogus checks, scanning and laser printer technology is making it increasingly easier and affordable for crooks to make bank and cashier's checks.
Prices range from $15 to $200; only cashier's checks and money orders are accepted.
The purchaser was initially going to wire transfer the funds ($125,000) to the attorney's trust account, but in the end advised the attorney that he was sending a cashier's check instead.
May 24 to obtain a cashier's check for about $375,000 -- to be funded by approximately $355,000 in equity credit he had with the bank, along with cash -- to purchase a commercial property, the lawsuit said.
Saban made counterfeit cashier's checks, then worked with others in cashing them and wire transferring the proceeds to another member of the conspiracy.
The Oasis diner is subject to a suggested opening bid of $100,000 with a certified or cashier's check required in the amount of $20,000 required to bid.
A check-cashing scam offers consumers the opportunity to make "easy money" by cashing a large sum cashier's check and evaluating the service they receive when they wire the money to another location, typically outside the country.
The 23-year Los Angeles Fire Department veteran was freed on $1 million bail last week, but he was arrested again Wednesday following a phone call to his credit union, during which prosecutors allege Del Toro claimed he was out of the country and needed all his money made out in a cashier's check in his name.
Each submission requires a non-refundable fee of $100 in the form of a certified check, cashier's check or money order payable to "NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
The auction attracted six bidders, each of whom was required to present a cashier's check for $100,000 just to register for the bidding.
Some of those looking to separate lawyers from their money through cashier's check scams are rockin' it old school.