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Dear Mr. Doe: This letter serves as notice that your check NUMBER PRINTED ON CHECK, dated DATE OF CHECK, in the amount of DOLLAR AMOUNT OF CHECK, made payable to NAME ON THE CHECK, has been refused payment by the drawee bank, NAME OF THE BANK PRINTED ON THE CHECK, CITY, STATE OF BANK, for the reason of Stop Payment.
Stop payment is an order issued to a bank by an account owner not to pay a check written on their account. Stop payment orders are primarily governed by state laws and bank regulations, which vary by state and bank. Banks typically charge a fee to stop payment on a check already issued to a payee.
I sincerely request you to cancel the cheque (Cheque No 875329) mentioned in the second paragraph and please stop the payment, if and when it is presented to your bank. Please confirm me that you have taken necessary action in this regard, Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter and treat it as immediate.
Dear Mr. Doe: This letter serves as notice that your check NUMBER PRINTED ON CHECK, dated DATE OF CHECK, in the amount of DOLLAR AMOUNT OF CHECK, made payable to NAME ON THE CHECK, has been refused payment by the drawee bank, NAME OF THE BANK PRINTED ON THE CHECK, CITY, STATE OF BANK, for the reason of Stop Payment.
The cost for placing a stop payment on a check is up to $35 and it'll remain in effect for 24 months. If you need to renew the stop payment after 24 months, an additional stop payment fee will be charged.
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You can usually initiate a stop payment order by calling your bank, but some institutions may require you to follow up a verbal request with written confirmation or an application form. You'll also be expected to provide specific details to your bank or financial institution.
A stop payment is an order by an account holder of a financial institution to cancel a payment before it is processed. A stop payment can only be executed if the check or payment has not been processed by the receiving bank/recipient. The financial institution charges a fee for processing the stop payment request.
Consumers and businesses may request stop payment on checks for a number of reasons, including error, fraud or dispute: Checks mailed to wrong addresses or made out for incorrect amounts. Insufficient funds. Lost or stolen checks or checkbooks.
Generally, banks honor a stop payment request for a check drawn on your account. If you stop payment properly and the bank cashes the check, the bank may be liable for the cashed check. you fail to provide sufficient notice to implement the stop payment order.
Here's how you can do a stop payment order: To stop the next scheduled payment, give your bank the stop payment order at least three business days before the payment is scheduled. ... To stop future payments, you might have to send your bank the stop payment order in writing.

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