Notice to Bank to Stop Payment of a Check

The Notice of Bank to Stop Payment of a Check is used by an individual or company to notify a bank to stop payment on a check or to confirm a previous oral order to stop payment.

When You Need It
-To confirm the oral direction given to stop payment on a particular check or series of checks.
-If you discover your blank checks have been stolen.
-If you discover goods or services are not satisfactory and do not want to pay for them.

Getting Started

You will need:
-The name and address of the bank to which the notice is being sent.
-The name and address the bank has on file for you, the type of account the check was written on and the account number.
-The date you called to give oral direction to stop payment.
If a single check, the name of the person to whom the check was paid, the date of the check, the amount and the check number.
-If a series of checks, the beginning and ending check numbers.

When to Review and Revise 
-To correct the information provided in the letter.
-To request an additional stop payment on a check or on a series of checks. 

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