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joined:Nov 8, 2003
I have recieved a cheque from google! after recieveing i went to bank, i gived the cheque to the bank manager,, he tell me that we will send this cheque back to google to be apporved from there, so is this right way to get the Cheque Cashed? or any other way is good for Cashing the cheque!
i m here in Pakistan!
Good luck and well done on your earnings. :)
However,as many users in the UK still appear not to have received cheques following the postal strike - Webmasterworld is my only source of finding out if cheques are still being recieved from Google throughout the UK.
At some stage I need to make the decision of contacting Google to ask them to Stop and Re-issue my cheque.
I am based in Peterborough, Cambs UK and still have no cheque :( - is anyone else in the counties of the UK still waiting for cheques?
Perhaps I am being impatient - but as I work for a financial services companies we are getting lots of calls from unhappy clients asking for lost interest on cheques not recieved! - as if this was our fault - thanks Royal Mail Workers.
From what I remember of the rules in this area (which is admittedly hazy). In the UK SMEs are entitled to charge the Bank of England base rate + 8% anually on any bills that are 14 days (or more overdue).
Just because you've posted the cheque doesn't mean you don't owe them interest. During the strike many payment were made straight into people's accounts. There are many other forms of payment than just posting a cheque. In this day and age (unfortunately) the "cheque's in the post" is not a good excuse.
joined:Nov 8, 2003
i have scanned my cheque with a scanner for a Record on my computer, but Recently i have heared that Copy or Micro Printing of the cheque is not good, they will not cash the cheque then?
:S plz tell me that is it true?
but i just scanned the cheque with a Scanner!
but u may remove xerox copies and keep them for your own record. In any case the watermark of "VOID" will appear when such a thing is done. The original cheque however is still very much encashable.
Suggestion: Quit wasting time and deposit it in the bank ASAP, next I know you will be asking us that you spilt some water on it and whether drying & ironing the chq is enough...
2) Don't try to cash a copy of the cheque - it won't be accepted and you could get accused of possible fraud. The original has various counterfeiting measures that wouldn't appear in a copy.
3) Copying the cheque in a scanner doesn't affect the original (or whether you can pay it in a bank).