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Updated with all current state laws for 2016
Have you ever asked yourself, “What do I do with this bounced check”
This easy to use, practitioner’s guide for each state answers that question and presents the proper and effective wording to send your debtor to get paid.

When a depository bank advises that a customer’s check has failed to clear because of insufficient funds, there are necessary and well-defined steps to take. This Guide, the latest in a series of legal publications from the Credit Research Foundation, expertly written by Allen Fagel, Esq., is designed to assist the creditor in the event the last resort to remedy the bad check is to sue the customer. Each state has explicit rules which must be adhered to and when followed will more often than not yield a satisfactory result for the holder of the bad check. You will find the specific language for each state in this guide that should be sent to your customer in the event you receive a bad check. All 50 States and Washington DC.

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