check: a written order directing a bank to pay money; "he paid all his bills by check"
withdraw money by writing a check
A cheque or check (American English) is a piece of paper (usually) that orders a payment of money. The person writing the cheque, the drawer, usually has a chequing account where their money is deposited. ...
A note promising to pay money to a named person or entity
(Cheques) (UK Mainland Only) Made payable to Ann Roberts
(Cheques) (£GBP only) should be made out to: "David Farndale"
(Cheques) Accepted only with Bankers Card up to cardholders limit, unless the customer is known to us.
(Cheques) Books of account where the results of jousts were kept, generally from the late 15th century onwards. Often these books were accompanied by color depictions of the knight's devices, making them a colorful record of late tournaments.
(Cheques) Payment can be made by personal cheques (upto guarantee limit) or bankers cheque if you are collecting goods personally.
(Cheques) Unfortunately we can no longer take cheques, as banks have no longer guarantee them..
(Cheques) should be made payable to ‘The Uniform Centre' and marked ‘Not Transferable'.
Cheques can be deposited through any HDFC bank in India to our account. no. 13052000000168. Cheques are to be made payable to Indya Web.
We accept cheques as payment for goods , however, we reserve the right to charge £10.00 in the event of a cheque being dishonoured.
A cheque is a written order which instructs your bank to pay a specific amount of money from your account to another person or organisation. The bank will give you a cheque book that contains a number of blank cheques, printed with your name and account details, for you to fill in. ...
Means of non-cash payment
a written direction from one person (the drawer) to a bank to pay a sum of money to the person or organisation named on the cheque (the payee). If crossed 'Not Negotiable', the cheque can only be deposited into the bank account of the person named on the cheque.
A draft or demand drawn or presented against a specific bank, that is payable upon the demand (when presented to) to the bank by the person or entity who is named on the draft.
A written instruction to a bank. It can be used to pay you money. You can write out cheques to yourself to get money out of your account or to pay other people, if you have your own chequebook with your current account.
or Money Order - we accept most cheques, including travellers’ cheques, however we recommend Bank Drafts be used in place of foreign cheques.
Cheques must be in Sterling, drawn on any bank having a London branch and made payable to 4QD.
A written order for payment of a certain amount of money.
A form of payment. You are issued a from your , and use it to pay for items or services. An alternative to cash, you need to show a cheque guarantee card (normally your switch or ) to prove that the cheque will be honoured. ...
your cheque must reach our registered office address at least 14 days before your animal's travel date.
The common name in the casino for a cheque is a “chip.” If you throw in some cheques to a dealer and ask for smaller ones, you may hear the dealer yell out “cheque change.”
A cheque is a paper document that instructs a bank to make a payment from a bank account. Goods and services may be purchased with cheques, but debit cards are more commonly used for everyday purchases.