Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1→ checkcheque (guarantee) card — tarjeta bancaria
- A bank that presents a cheque for payment on its customer's behalf acts as an agent.
- Recently, my neighbour wrote me a cheque for her half of the cost of replacing our mutual boundary fence.
- Credit card cheques look almost exactly the same as ordinary bank account cheques.
- I like knowing I'm getting a discount and it beats writing cheques or joining the queues at the bank any day.
- As his business is largely cash-based, he doesn't write a lot of cheques or have many debits and credits.
- The second letter also said he had issued a cheque for payment which had been stopped by the bank.
- Cash, cheques and postal orders, and debit card payments will be accepted.
- Bear in mind that cheques and debit card payments will usually only require one signature.
- All too often, dividend cheques are just deposited into our bank accounts and spent.
- The days when cash, a cheque or a promissory note were the only methods of payment have passed.
- Payment by the bidders will have to be in cash or bank guaranteed cheques.
- Post offices accept either cash or bank guaranteed cheques according to the corporation.
- I find it a nuisance having to write out a cheque as it is, let alone having to do it 11 times a month.
- We are also keen to emphasise that there should be no cash donations, only cheques, bank drafts or credit card payments.
- My mother has never paid a bill, written a cheque or drawn money from the bank in her life.
- She also knew that she did not have the bank's authority to issue cheques when her account was overdrawn.
- When a cheque is paid into a bank account, it will be shown as a credit, and money up to its value can be drawn out once the funds are cleared.
- If you write a cheque, it's even easier, because then the bank has a record of who cashed it.
- Many people have been handing over money and writing cheques to local branches of charities across the region.
- The firm then sent their client a cheque for her award, less a deduction for their fees.