How to send cancelled cheque?

A canceled check, or cancelled cheque, is a check that has been marked as “cancelled” by a bank after it has been processed and the funds have been transferred. To send a canceled check, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Take a clear picture of the check: Make sure that the picture is clear and legible, and that all of the information on the check is visible.
  2. Email the picture: If the recipient prefers to receive the check via email, attach the picture of the check to an email and send it to the recipient’s email address.
  3. Mail the check: If the recipient prefers to receive the check by mail, print out the picture of the check and mail it to the recipient’s address.
  4. Send it through online banking: If you have online banking account, you can upload the image of the check and send it through the online banking portal.
  5. Provide the required information: If you’re sending the check as a proof of payment or account verification, also include any other information that might be required by the recipient such as account number, name of the account holder, etc.

It’s important to note that, sending a picture of a canceled check may not be accepted as official proof of payment by some institutions or government agencies, and in such cases, a bank statement or other official document may be required. Additionally, when sending a check image via email, it’s important to take precautions to ensure that the image is not intercepted or misused by unauthorized parties.