A cashier's check
is one "issued by a bank, and sold to its customer" to be payable to a third party.
The dishonor of the NSF check, followed shortly after by JWJ's delivery of the replacement cashier's check
, changed the nature of the transaction from what was originally intended to be a contemporaneous cash exchange for new value (the NSF Check tendered in exchange for Endo Steel's unconditional release of the bond), to a credit transaction (the NSF check paid by the replacement cashier's check
He simply was trying to get her to cash a phony cashier's check
and send him money.
He pulls out a First Interstate Bank cashier's check
for $19,500 and endorses it over to you.
Two weeks later, the "buyer" sent the attorney a cashier's check
, drawn on a Canadian bank, for $400,000.
Then the bank delivered the bad news: the cashier's check
was a forgery.
A certified or cashier's check
is required to bid, with amounts varying per property.
City/Region: People with unpaid Lane County Justice Court fines from between 1995 and 2003 can pay them off with cash, a credit card, a money order or a cashier's check
. Fines cannot be paid off with a check.
Internet users will then vote for the winning family, who will receive the house or a $100,000 cashier's check
. The catch?
One of those vandals recently sent an anonymous cashier's check
for $2,500 to the school, the AP reports.
The terms of the agreement were "c.o.d cashier's check
," and the product was delivered by a common carrier.
Since most victims make their investments by personal or cashier's check
, the Ponzi artist usually deposits these funds (if only temporarily) into a bank account.