To verify a cashier's check, accompany the issuer to the bank and watch them receive the check from a teller. Contact the issuer's bank to verify their account balance and use a check verification service to check their ... More »

Cashier's checks can be cashed at the issuing bank, at the recipient's personal bank or through a check cashing service, according to Sophisticated Edge. According to the Uniform Commercial Code, the issuing bank of a ca... More »

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A cashier's check does not have an expiration date and is guaranteed by the issuing bank until the check is paid. The funds of a cashier's check generally must be turned over to the state's unclaimed property custodian a... More »

A cashiers check does not have to be signed by the person sending money. The person who cashes the check must sign it at the time she cashes or deposits it. The bank fills out any documents needed to pay money through a ... More »

A cashier's check does not have an expiration date and is guaranteed by the issuing bank until the check is paid. The funds of a cashier's check generally must be turned over to the state's unclaimed property custodian a... More »

Purchasing a cashier's check immediately transfers the monetary amount of that check from the buyer's account into the bank's account, where it remains until the recipient cashes the check, explains About.com. Because th... More »

Go Banking Rates notes that the main differences between a money order and a cashier's check are how each is purchased and how much money each can be written for. A money order can be purchased at retail outlets, the pos... More »