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  1. Cheque - Wikipedia

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    A cheque, or check (American English; see spelling differences), is a document that orders a bank to pay a specific amount of money from a person's account to the person in whose name the cheque has been issued.

  2. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia An example cheque made out to "John Doe" in the amount of $212. A cheque (or check) is a paper used to give money from one person or business to another person or business. To the person getting the cheque, it is a paper that allows them to go to a bank and get money.

  3. Cheque clearing - Wikipedia

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    Cheque clearing (or check clearing in American English) or bank clearance is the process of moving cash (or its equivalent) from the bank on which a cheque is drawn to the bank in which it was deposited, usually accompanied by the movement of the cheque to the paying bank, either in the traditional physical paper form or digitally under a cheque truncation system.

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  5. Check - Wikipedia

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    Checked baggage, luggage or parcels placed by an airline or train for transportation in the hold or baggage car Cheque ("Check" in U.S. English), an order for transfer of money Rain check, an idiom from baseball meaning a deferral

  6. Traveler's cheque - Wikipedia

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    A traveller's cheque is a medium of exchange that can be used in place of hard currency. They can be denominated in one of a number of major world currencies and are preprinted, fixed-amount cheques designed to allow the person signing it to make an unconditional payment to someone else as a result of having paid the issuer for that privilege.

  7. Cheque fraud - Wikipedia

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    A cheque is written to a merchant or other recipient, hoping the recipient will not suspect that the cheque will not clear. The buyer will then take possession of the cash, goods, or services purchased with the cheque, and will hope the recipient will not take action or will do so in vain.

  8. Cashier's check - Wikipedia

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    A cashier's check (or cashier's cheque) is a check guaranteed by a bank, drawn on the bank's own funds and signed by a cashier. Cashier's checks are treated as guaranteed funds because the bank, rather than the purchaser, is responsible for paying the amount. They are commonly required for real estate and brokerage transactions.

  9. Chèque — Wikipédia

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    Le mot chèque est une francisation du mot anglais cheque (écrit plus souvent check). Le sens primitif est celui de « talon, souche (d'un bon de trésorerie) », sens issu de celui de « contrôle, vérification, arrêt, échec », le procédé des souches étant destiné à mettre un terme aux manœuvres illégales [2].

  10. Cheque - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Un cheque (anglicismo de cheque o check) es un documento contable de valor en el que la persona que es autorizada para extraer dinero de una cuenta (por ejemplo, el titular), extiende a otra persona una autorización para retirar una determinada cantidad de dinero de su cuenta, la cual se expresa en el documento, prescindiendo de la presencia del titular de la cuenta bancaria.

  11. Cheque – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    O cheque é um título de crédito [1], e, consiste em uma ordem de pagamento à vista emitida em favor de terceiro, em razão de fundos que o emitente (quem emite a ordem de pagamento) possui em determinada instituição financeira que é responsável por gerenciar esse tipo de transação ao emitir os talonários de cheques.