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Synonyms for certified check

a check containing certification that the person who issued the check has sufficient funds on deposit to cover payment

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No one knows just how many consumers have been duped, but at least $117,000 of the fake cashier's checks were cashed.
It appears the latest variations of the old cashier's check scam is someone impersonating Middle Eastern royalty seeking a Florida attorney to handle the purchase of a yacht.
According to the indictment, he then mailed the cashier's checks to cover money owed on two personal credit cards.
11) Part II of this Note provides an overview of how cashier's checks function, details the various fraud scenarios employed by scam artists, and lists some of the reasons fraud has increased in recent years.
Wheatley's partner, Sunshine Elise Merie Simmons, 28, also of Springfield, pleaded guilty to using a cashier's check to buy a house located at 636 S.
We have to teach the public that cashier's checks are not as good as gold," according to Carole Byrum, fraud investigator, U.
Despite their reputation as secure, Allen said, cashier's checks are now commonly counterfeited.
the existence of counterfeit cashier's checks bearing the institution's name.
Frank Aparicio, 56, was arrested last month on suspicion of generating eight cashier's checks drawn from a Princess Cruises bank account without authorization.
Such checks are covered by the same rule as cashier's checks issued by a bank, which are also irrevocable by the donor and completed gifts when issued by the bank.
Prices range from $15 to $200; only cashier's checks and money orders are accepted.
As part of this program, cashier's checks are issued through HSBC Bank USA, N.
to report that counterfeit cashier's checks bearing the institution's name are in circulation, according to an FDIC news release.
Investigators recovered $53,000 in cash and $61,440 in cashier's checks while executing a search warrant at their home, Cosper 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.