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Attorney, Consumer Fraud Division
New Hampshire Department of Justice
33 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301
Your people may pick the unit up at:
Department of Safety
Division of State Police
15 Ash Brook Court
Keene, NH 03431
Phone: (603) 358-3333
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Scottscoaled wrote:They want to send a check and after the check clears they send a pickup crew.
You and Your Bank — Who is Responsible for What?
Under federal law, banks must make funds available to you from U.S. Treasury checks, official bank checks (cashier’s checks, certified checks, and teller’s checks), and checks paid by government agencies at the opening of business the day after you deposit the check. For other checks, banks must similarly make the first $100 available the day after you deposit the check. Remaining funds must be made available on the second day after the deposit if payable by a local bank, and within five days if drawn on distant banks.
However, just because funds are available on a check you’ve deposited doesn’t mean the check is good. It’s best not to rely on money from any type of check (cashier, business or personal check, or money order) unless you know and trust the person you’re dealing with or, better yet — until the bank confirms that the check has cleared. Forgeries can take weeks to be discovered and untangled. The bottom line is that until the bank confirms that the funds from the check have been deposited into your account, you are responsible for any funds you withdraw against that check.
freetown fred wrote:If I can't look ya in the eye & shake your hand, I don't want to deal with you.