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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The EFAA sets forth the general rule that the funds represented by a cashier's check will be available for withdrawal the day after deposit.
The Ninth Circuit rejected Endo Steel's argument that JWJ's unconditional release, although issued on April 14, 1994, became effective only upon payment of the cashier's check on May 2, 1994.
Thinking that a cashier's check must be valid, you call the bank only to discover that the check is a nearly perfect counterfeit and, therefore, worthless.
Shortly after getting involved, the purported former husband mailed the attorney a cashier's check, drawn on a Canadian bank, for $215,000, and the attorney deposited it into his trust account.
Most importantly, tellers are trained to look for unusual behavior like paying $4.00 for a $5.00 cashier's check, when a money order would be less expensive.
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.
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.
Opening bid is $700,000 with a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $70,000 required to buy.
Payment by cashier's check or money order only; allow four to six weeks for delivery.
While the tactics of the con men are ever shifting --and seemingly becoming more and more sophisticated --all these are just variations of the old cashier's check scam, and they are happening across the country.
We're told a cashier's check was delivered by John Olaimey to cover the $2,800 or so plus penalties on April 14, the day the delinquency was reported by your Whispers staff.
When she presented it for deposit at Oregon Community Credit Union, she says, she was told she needn't worry about calling the Wyoming bank to verify the check, because it was a cashier's check.
Opening bid is $100,000, with a certified or cashier's check in the amount of $10,00 required to buy.
Many Florida lawyers undoubtedly roll their eyes when they see yet another cashier's check fraud story in the News, thinking, "Does anyone really fall for these scams?"
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.