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Can Any One Tell Me That
Have To Write Any Thing At The BackSide Of The Cheque And Submit It To The Bank. if yes then what is it and is that is required or optional.
Second One That Have Any One Has Idea What What Kind of Stamps The Local Bank Have To Make On The Cheque So Citibank (google bank) will approve it without any problem.
Sign all cheques on the back. Am assuming you are from UK with the spelling of checks.
If they are drawn on a U.S. Branch of Citibank then expect to wait between 4-6 weeks for the cheques to clear. The cheques are sent by snailmail to the bank.
When I didn't sign a batch of cheques the American Bank sent them back to Scotland for signatures. Because I was out of the country when the arrived back in Scotland it took about 5-6 months for them to be cleared.
Scottish Bank - Royal Bank of Scotland
U.S. Bank - Chase Manhattan
That should be the only thing you need to do to it, your bank will advise if you need to endorse it. The bank shouldn't accept it if it needs to be endorsed.
It shouldn't matter to Citibank whether or not its endorsed, as they are simply remitting payment back to your Pakistan bank.
In the EU, most banks will ask you to endorse large / foreign checks. That's mainly due to anti money laundering laws, the banks want to be able to prove that you deposited the cheque.
(There are some banks that do require this here in the states)
But regardless, make sure to sign a stateside drawn check on the back when you go to deposit. Just makes life much easier, especially when you are in a country where endorsing a check isn't required. Here in the states, it is.
For example, instead of sending checks/cheques they could transfer to a PayPal account or credit a person's credit card.
I would imagine that these 2 methods would save Google a ton of money and hassle compared to the current mail and printed check/cheque system they currently use.
Does anybody know if Google are planning to make any changes to their methods of payment.
From the reports of the most resent webmaster world conference, it doesn't sound like it unfortunately: