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Banks can still choose to pay a check that is cashed or called against an overdrawn account, so the account being overdrawn will not necessarily prevent a check from being processed. If you need a stop payment on the check, you should place a stop payment even if the account is overdrawn.

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If you have been issued a check, and payment was stopped on it, you may be able to sue for damages. You will need to file with the court, and will need to provide evidence regarding the check and your losses. You can usually sue for the amount on the check, plus damages. You should be careful whenever you need to stop payment on your own check ...

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If you’re worried that one of your checks was lost in the mail or stolen, you can cancel payment on the check through your bank. Some banks will require you to make a stop payment request in writing, while others let you make the request over the phone or online. Be prepared to pay a fee.

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You cannot stop payment on a cashier’s check. Because the funds are guaranteed to be paid by the bank, the bank is not allowed to say “sorry, no dice” when the check is presented (either cashed by the recipient or deposited to a bank account). You can request cancellation, but you’ll have to wait 90 days before any funds are returned.

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When you lose a personal check or it’s stolen, you’re not out of luck. You can ask your bank or credit union to cancel the check — also known as a stop payment order — but you’ll want to ...

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Stop payment requests on checks are processed by a bank employee on the request of an account holder. Stop payments often are used in the instance of a lost or stolen check but can also be used when a person has decided not to issue payment for a bill or services and for other reasons.

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You may also place a stop payment on the transaction(s), please visit the stop payment page above for more information. If you have revoked authorization and the merchant continues to charge the account, you can then dispute the transactions with Wells Fargo by calling 1-800-TO-WELLS (1-800-869-3557) or visiting your local branch.

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Banks will stop payment on the check if you make arrangements in a reasonable amount of time. Provide the bank representative with information about the check, including the name of the payee, the check number, the exact amount and the date, as well as any account information the bank requires.

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Yes you can stop payment on a check. Just call your bank and they should walk you through the process. Answer Sure, as long as the check hasn't already been paid.

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Other situations: If you simply changed your mind about making a payment—but you sent the payment—there’s nothing you can do to stop a valid payee from depositing or cashing the check and claiming the funds. If there’s been a mistake or dispute, you’ll need to recover the check (or the funds) from the payee another way. That may require legal action or negotiation without any bank ...