Not-sufficient-funds check

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Not-sufficient-funds check

A bank check having insufficient funds to back it.

Not-Sufficient-Funds Check

A check that a bank refuses to honor because there is not enough money in the payer's checking account to cover the amount of the check. For example, if Bob writes Joe a check for $200, but there is only $175 in Bob's account, then Bob has written a not-sufficient-funds check and the bank will refuse to transfer the funds to Joe's account. It is also called an NSF check, a bad check or a returned check.
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According to Central Bank figures, the percentage of the number of presented and returned cheques increased from 4.
Miss La Grua alleged that the total amount of the fraud was PS43,927 but bearing in mind returned cheques it was alleged that he got away with PS22,309.
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The bank also said it had initiated a temporary suspension of charges for 75 days, from April 16 to June 30 for loan arrears, current account unauthorised excesses, returned cheques and authorised temporary current account limit.
BoC meanwhile said it was suspending certain charges for 75 days -- from April 16 until June 30 -- on loan arrears, current account overdrafts beyond the authorised limit, returned cheques, and authorised temporary current account limit.
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But both accounts charge pounds 35 for returned cheques and pounds 30 each time you go over your limit.