What does "Account Closed" mean on a check?
Why was my check returned "Account Closed"?
Can I redeposit a check stamped "Account Closed"?
Definition of Account Closed also Closed Account, or Acc't Closed -
When the bank stamps "Account Closed" or puts the Closed Account stamp on a check, draft or RCC that was deposited, this means the account holder's bank account that was associated with that check is closed. The account was active at one time, but is now closed.
Items that are returned Closed Account, or account closed items, cannot be re-deposited. You must get a new check from the account holder when the item was returned Account Closed.
Most items will be stamped - Do not redeposit. In some cases the account number will be blocked or punched out to make re-deposit impossible.
If you deposited an item returned for Account Closed, you will be charged a fee by your bank, usually ranging between $5 and $39 depending on your bank and the state where you opened your account.
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The Routing Number is a 9-digit number located between the Transit Symbols at the bottom of a valid U.S. check.
Routing Number Results are Updated Daily from the eRoutingNumber™ Database. This database includes exclusive data, not offered by other sources, like Fake Routing Numbers, and the Fraction Code or Fractional Routing Number found on the face of printed checks..
The eRoutingNumber™ database Includes All ABA Routing Numbers in the United States, as well as the bank website in many cases. The eRoutingNumber™ database also contains the bank phone number and best number to call for check verification.
The eRoutingNumber™ database uses many different sources and has evolved since 1998, and now utilizes user reporting to keep the data in check.
Any user can report a routing number missing, invalid, or provide details not included. We verify every submission and make notes or updates accordingly.
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RoutingTool™ started in 1996 as a validator script for CheckWriter™ Software, and evolved into a complete database containing every routing number in the U.S. banking system.. The validator script is still posted at the "http://yourfavorite.com" website, similarly to how it appeared then. Now, the validator script is available in the professional account so you can integrate simple validation for PHP, C#, JAVA and PYTHON. RoutingTool™ data is automatically referenced for transactions using CheckWrtier™, BetterCheck™, Text-a-Check™ and WebDebit™.
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