Msg#: 3529270 posted 6:15 am on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
i am in a strange situation, hope you guys will help me. I recieved a cheque from google in August 2007 but i was out of my city for 5 months on a urgent assignment, after that i recieve 2 more cheques, now should i deposit all the cheques at once? or should i inform google first, i have already email them on there support but was never replied back. And the old amount is not added in the recent payments
Msg#: 3529270 posted 6:22 am on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
Checks older than 90 days will not be processed according to my knowledge. you should deposit the most recent checks and e mail google about those checks which you are not depositing. with the check date, number and amount etc. hope this helps. regards shez
Msg#: 3529270 posted 2:11 pm on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
I have deposited checks older than 90 days but that depends how well you rub elbows with the bank teller and the bank. They all know me there so it was cleared by managers so no problems. That is why I still keep an old fashioned bank acct in addtion to online banking for those odd conveniences.
Msg#: 3529270 posted 3:40 pm on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
I suspect Google's checks are valid for 6 months only (as validity period is not mentioned on the check itself). Would not suggest depositing a check which is older than 6 months, as your bank may charge fees for depositing non-valid check.