On 03/20/2017 05:28 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
Your bank may well not be happy accepting cheques that are not printed using magnetic ink.
In the United States, banks have a special surcharge for check
processing. Magnetic ink, or lack thereof, is irrelevant.
I've seen photographs of bank foyers from the 1950s, which had a sign
listing the charge for checks written on live animals, and animal skins.
Do you have the appropriate ink or toner to achieve this?
To quote Apple: "There is an app for that".
Specifically, one installs the bank app on one's phone, takes a picture
of the check, then submits it as a deposit to one's checking account.
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