I have a bank account and a debit card, I never had an I.D. Card. I just make cash transactions using debit cards. They offer a cash back program that is nice, but it’s still cash.
I just got a card and can’t seem to go through the process of opening an account to withdraw cash using it. It’s on the list, but when I go to the website it says I have to use a credit card, which I don’t.
What’s the max amount I can use when I have cash on me?
The most they can give you is a 5% reward, and they don’t let you use it all in a week or month as a reward. They charge you 5% back for every $10 you don’t spend with them.
I have a debit card, just like others in here and I can’t use it because I have money on me. I live in a different city, so I can’t bring more than $100. I want to get my money to someone who can help me, I am a student and I need money to pay my bills. I use my card for the gym and I pay with it to get stuff, not take it home. Do you know what my fees are?
I have a debit card and I can use it but can’t because I have cash on me. I live in a different city, so I can’t bring more than $100. I want to get my money to someone who can help me, I am a student and I need money to pay my bills. I use my card for the gym and
Cashing large checks: is there a maximum amount?
I can understand that people are more likely to want to cash large checks because of the convenience and the ease of handling checks. In fact, I have been doing this for some time. However, I’ve been wondering how much longer this should be carried out.
For one thing, the maximum you can withdraw from a credit union/bank ATM is $500, as I understand it. If this is true, then the average amount you can withdraw from your credit union/bank is around $600. Then the average cost is around $30 for each checking account.
Then there’s the matter of the minimum deposit. When you withdraw your money, the bank doesn’t deposit it until the minimum number of days (7 days minimum) you have until you have the funds available for withdrawal. There’s also the question of how long these deposits remain valid (I know I have the funds available, but I don’t know when).
Then there’s the issue of security. It occurs to me that cash can be stolen while being held in a safe. How much longer will you have these funds when you’re out and about, especially since I understand the temptation to use ATMs to try to quickly withdraw as much money as possible.
Of course, there are a number of other things that might be causing some people to stop at home and cash large checks.
Some people will have had a medical emergency (or even accident) requiring them to make a deposit from their account.
Some people may have had an emotional or financial hardship or just not had the cash available for
What’s the max amount walmart will cash on a check?
I’m wondering if anyone has experience with this, especially with the high dollar amounts that can be issued by WalMart. My parents are looking into this right now & it is a huge issue. I’ve done a search to no avail.
It’s something we’ve talked about for a while. We’ve discussed buying a high dollar check for our parents, but don’t want to have to do a credit check and use the credit lines of the people they are sending the money to. Not to mention the cash advances they will get if they don’t use the $$$. We do take the first payment of cash from WalMart (we’re not getting an extra bill) & then send them the check on with them just to be safe.
It seems to me that the most logical & right thing to do is just buy a bank check (if they are that kind of person) & then pay each person as an advance. If they don’t cash it we can come after them later like they’ve already told them.
Now I’m not so sure about that. We don’t have any checks and I’m not sure there are many places we can cash checks at (but I’m not sure where I know that from) so it would be a lot easier & cheaper to just go in and pay cash the first time.
I do, however, know that the person the cashier swears by is either a cashier with a check or a check processor. I tried to tell one my bank’s rep but she had no idea what I was talking about. The check they just swears by is a U.S.
The difference between banks and check cashing places
Check cashing places, on the other hand, pay out checks for you (or you pay them for them) by cashing them themselves directly at the store.
There aren’t enough check cashing places on the internet to make them worth your time. When you call your bank they tell you that you have to call the check cashing place, and that it takes “about” 20-30 minutes to get there, but you’ll be there within 5 minutes with the check cashing service. They’ll tell you what the best prices will be and the best amount and also let you know if there was a problem.
The problem is that if you call the bank and they tell you that there’s a problem, you don’t know what you’re getting or how much you’ve lost. You don’t know if there’s a check missing or if it was cashed and your money was actually missing and you’ve been stuck with the bill for that check you were expecting. That’s the worst part about it–that you don’t know for sure.
I used to get checks sent directly to me, and I called and talked to the clerk and was told it was $2 and the check was for $3. I asked what the problem was and she said it was because “it’s a new check”. I thought it was the best way to get the check to me, so I kept calling and asking for the check and was told it was on the way so I could pick it up. And it was…it was on its way. The clerk took a while to get back to me, but finally
How to cash a large check without a bank account
Cash is the most popular kind of checking account, but how can you transfer cash to another account? In this article, I’ll cover the following:
- Tips for transferring money (and other) from and to your checking account
- How to cash a large check without a bank account
- How to cash a large check online
- How to cash a large check from another bank account
- How to cash a large check from a credit card
- How to cash a large check from a debit card
- How to cash a large check from the United Way account
- How to cash a large check from Amazon
- How to cash a large check from a merchant account
When is a large check a bad idea?
There are many reasons that you might not want to use a check or cash to move money from one bank account to another:
It is too expensive to transfer the checks and cash to another account
It’s risky to transfer cash and checks to another account.
It is risky to transfer cash and checks to another account. For example, if the bank you transfer the money to is a bad bank, you could lose the money.
It’s risky to transfer cash and checks to another account. For example, if the bank you transfer the money to is a bad bank, you could lose the money. You might have to pay a $5000-plus penalty
How to cash a large check without the irs knowing
Cash a check by stating that the check is in the custody of the bank against which the payment is made.
*A depositor who makes an ir payment to theirs in good faith, and who has no intent
to deposit their funds to the IRS, under the ir check is precluded from complaint‐ ing about the
ir deposit and ir check if no reason is given for the ir deposit in the irs’ papers.
The irs may not make an ir check on which the irs deposited the ir funds to someone
with knowledge of the ir check, or a knowing ir deposit to an irs fund.
Where can i cash a $20,000 check
How far do i have to travel to cash a $20,000 check made out in my name? i would like to cash this check at a bank that i do not hold a checking account with. thanks.
Well, you’ll need a bank where that bank has a branch that is authorized to accept checks, or a bank branch with an agent who is authorized to accept checks. That bank cannot act as the checking account, however.
From what it sounds like you’re doing, you can go to a local bank that offers that service, or find one that accepts checks as a deposit.
It sounds like you’re looking for a bank that issues checks. There’s an online banking site that you may find that provides a service similar to what you’re looking for. You might also get an agent there who can handle the check delivery.
Since the money in the check will be withdrawn before you get it back at the bank or agent, you can then take it to another bank until the money is spent, then take it back to the first bank.
So you might end up transferring the money over from another bank to a checking bank, then take it over.
Where can i cash a $20000 check without a bank account
??I thought it was possible, but it isn’t. Can a cashier just hand you a piece of paper and say “You can cash this from the bank just like we do at the bank”?
A: You are correct, the most common ways to cash checks from the bank are the way you are shown at the bank.
If you want to get a check from the bank, they usually take out a $100,000 check and the same is typically what is deposited in a safe deposit box. Once it is cashed and given to you, you may or may not get a receipt for the transaction. If you do, they will give you a $200,000 check, also delivered to your bank by your bank. This is usually sufficient as far as getting an actual receipt from the bank.
Once you have the money, you can buy something to eat, or get your own place to live. If you don’t have that, you can request that it be given to you. While this is the most common, it is also the most expensive, costing between $6000-$13,000.
While you can go to the bank and cash it yourself, there is still the risk of getting caught and they may deny the charges or give you a big fine if they decide you have cheated. It is usually quicker to go to a cashier, who has no interest in keeping their own records. Once you have the cash, you can cash it without the bank telling you that you have been cheated. This can be dangerous though, since it can be easier to cash it at the bank than it is at a cashier
Where can i cash a $7,000 check
I have a $7,000 check and I really would like to use it on a vacation. I’m not sure where to go to cash this check but I figured I’d ask here because some of you know this city. I’m looking to take a month off and go to a beach vacation spot.
A: Here in Austin, Texas, you can do simple things like buy an “all-you-can-eat” buffets ticket and ride out to a popular beach resort. The only complication: Austin is a “bustling” city, so you would have to arrive late in the afternoon before the place goes fully booked.
For $7,000 you will need several hundred dollars to get it done, so you’d have to shop a little bit when you get there. In my experience I have never been in a place where there is so much competition.
The best place to do this would be Caddo in Texas. I have been there a few times and can tell you they have excellent prices, and there are three major resorts in town: The Sandestin (the largest and best), West Beach (a good value) and the Bayou (which is nice but will probably take you into a long line). There are also a bunch of smaller, popular beaches in town, with the Sandestin and West Beach being my favorites.
A: I recommend going to the airport, and getting out of your car and walking across the airport to the check in point. You should be able to walk up to the counter, and walk up, down
Where can i cash a $10,000 check
A: If $10,000 is a “loan” that you got from a payday loan company, then the only way you can “cancel” that loan is to return the funds to that company. If you don’t want to do that, then just return them. Otherwise, you would need to have a court order to get these funds, since you did not receive a $10,000 loan from a payday lender.
The problem with your argument is that the answer is not always this simple. The way that payday loans work today is that you have to have a regular source of income. There are many ways to get these funds, but you have to have a regular source of income to get these kind of loans.
Your best bet is to take out a loan for $5,000, which is what I did, and then pay off the remaining $7,500 using the money that you have to pay with. Just make sure that you have enough money to pay off your loan and that the loan payment is less than what the payday loan company will give you for the “balance of their debt”.
Where can i cash my 401k check without a bank account
and then deposit that check into my bank account?
I am new to this and very confused, I have a self-employed business and my 401k balance is a little over $35k. I am having a hard time making my 401k match. I have been told that is all I can do so I want to make sure I can get my money out without a bank account.
A: You have to have a checking account or else you won’t get your 401k matching that amount of money. It sounds like you have a couple of accounts but only one checking account, so your best bet is to open two checking accounts and one savings account. In general, if you’re self-employed your business can be set up to automatically deposit your 401k paycheck into your checking and savings accounts.