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  • 1Cheque fraud — Cheque fraud/check fraud refers to a category of criminal acts that involve making the unlawful use of cheques in order to illegally acquire or borrow funds that do not exist within the account balance or account holder s legal ownership. Most… …

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  • 2cheque — [tʆek] , check noun [countable] BANKING 1. a printed form that you use to pay for something instead of using money. You write on it the amount in words and numbers, the date, the person being paid, and sign your name: • a cheque for £200 …

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  • 3cheque — (US check) ► NOUN ▪ a written order to a bank to pay a stated sum from an account to a specified person. ORIGIN variant of CHECK(Cf. ↑checkable), in the sense «device for checking the amount of an item» …

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  • 4Cheque — A Canadian cheque …

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  • 5cheque — A preprinted form on which instructions are given to an account holder (a bank or building society) to pay a stated sum to a named recipient. It is the most common form of payment of debts of all kinds (see also cheque account; current account).… …

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  • 6cheque — A preprinted form on which instructions are given to an account provider (a bank or building society) to pay a stated sum to a named recipient. It is a common form of payment of debts of all kinds ( current account). In a crossed cheque two… …

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  • 7Cheque — Der Scheck (auch Check, Cheque) ist ein Wertpapier, das eine unbedingte Zahlungsanweisung eines Kunden eines Kreditinstituts an den Bankier (Bezogener) enthält, an einen Dritten (Begünstigter, Remittent) zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt an einem… …

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  • 8cheque — n. (US check) 1 a written order to a bank to pay the stated sum from the drawer s account. 2 the printed form on which such an order is written. Phrases and idioms: cheque book a book of forms for writing cheques. cheque book journalism the… …

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  • 9cheque — check, cheque are the AmE and BrE spellings respectively for an order written on a bank account. In AmE, check is also the word for BrE bill (in a restaurant). cheque is the standard BrE spelling for the word in its banking sense. See also check …

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  • 10order cheque — / ɔ:də tʃek/ noun a cheque which is paid to a named person with the words ‘or order’ after the payee’s name, showing that he can endorse it and pass it to someone else if he wishes …

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  • 11cheque-in facility — A machine that will print on a cheque the amount of the cheque in machine readable form. These machines are used mainly by banks to assist them in processing cheques, although companies are being encouraged to use them in order to reduce their… …

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  • 12cheque-book journalism — N UNCOUNT (disapproval) Cheque book journalism is the practice of paying people large sums of money for information about crimes or famous people in order to get material for newspaper articles. (in AM, use checkbook journalism) …

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  • 13order cheque — See cheque …

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  • 14order of payment — noun a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another • Syn: ↑draft, ↑bill of exchange • Hypernyms: ↑negotiable instrument • Hyponyms: ↑overdraft, ↑foreign bill …

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  • 15cheque — /tʃɛk / (say chek) noun 1. Banking a written order, usually on a standard printed form directing a financial institution to pay a specified sum of money to, or to the order of, some particular person or the bearer, either crossed (payable only… …

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  • 16cheque — tʃek n. check, written order from one party directing a bank to pay a specified amount of money to another party …

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  • 17cheque — (US check) noun an order to a bank to pay a stated sum from the drawer s account, written on a specially printed form. Origin C18 (orig. denoting a counterfoil, or a form with a counterfoil): var. of check1, in the sense device for checking the… …

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  • 18Blank cheque — This article is about the metaphor. For other uses, see Blank cheque (disambiguation). A blank cheque (blank check, carte blanche), in the literal sense, is a cheque that has no numerical value written in, but is already signed. In the figurative …

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  • 19Traveler's cheque — A traveler s cheque (also traveller s cheque, travellers cheque, traveler s check, or travelers check) is a preprinted, fixed amount cheque designed to allow the person signing it to make an unconditional payment to someone else as a result of… …

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  • 20Postal Order — In the United Kingdom (UK), a Postal Order is used for sending money through the mail. In the United States, this is known as a Postal money order. Postal Orders are not, strictly speaking, legal tender, in the way that banknotes are, but are a… …

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