How to properly void a check so that you won't have problems with your bank account. read more
There are really three ways to void a check.
1) Write VOID across the front and void in your register
2) Get the merchant to return the check with out cashing it and then accomplish number 1
3) Go to the bank and have a stop payment put on the check, this will void it, but you will incur a stop payment fee
If you have gone beyond being able to stop payment then you will need to talk to the merchant to provide you with a refund.
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