Do’s and Don’ts on Checks

Why do we make handling checks so hard? These simple do's and don'ts will keep your financial institution from losing money and creating chaos in the back office.

Tuesday, July 30th, 2024
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Presented by Deborah Crawford
$299.00 or 1 Token

Includes: Live Access, 30 Days OnDemand Playback, Presenter Materials and Handouts

  • Deposit
  • Deposit Accounts
  • Deposit Compliance
  • Teller
  • Transaction Compliance
  • Branch Manager
  • Deposit Operations Manager/Specialist
  • Risk Manager
  • Senior Management
  • Teller
  • Trainer

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Checks are contracts and should be handled like any other legal document. There are reasons why we do not put business checks into personal accounts and why we do not give less cash on business accounts. Learn the safe way to handle checks and be sure that you and your financial institution can be protected from loss on the negotiable instruments.

What You'll Learn

  • Simple check rules that will save your institution thousands
  • Connections between checks and account agreements
  • Postdated, stale dated, erasures, alterations and other check issues
  • Understanding the negligence rule and the bank statement rule
  • Endorsements
  • Treasury checks, postal money orders and other special checks

Who Should Attend

This webinar will benefit tellers, head tellers, cashiers, managers, branch operations, and officers who approve checks, and deposit representatives who work with checks and deposits.

Deborah Crawford

Instructor Bio

Deborah Crawford is the President of Gettechnical Inc., a Florida based training company. She specializes in the deposit side of the financial institution and is an instructor on IRAs, BSA, Deposit Regulations and opening account procedures. She was formerly with Hibernia National Bank (now Capital One) and has bachelor's and master's degrees from Louisiana State University. She has 35+ years of combined teaching and banking experience.