Where Can I Cash Cashiers Check Written From Hsbc Trust Company For RAL Tax Refund?


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Joseph Russell Profile
Joseph Russell answered
If you receive a tax refund check from HSBC Trust Company, you can cash it at your local bank, a check cashing institution (although they will charge you a fee) or, if there's one near you, an HSBC Trust Company branch.

These checks are often received as government tax refund checks, and some common places to cash checks, such as discount stores, may be unable to cash them. This is simply because the equipment the store is using can't properly scan the check. It does not mean that there's anything wrong with the check itself, or with the scanning equipment. It simply means that they're not compatible.

Cashing checks at check-cashing institutions is always an option, although you will pay for the convenience and you may have to provide more identification than you would at your local bank. These stores can generally cash any check as long as there is money to back up the check itself. In the case of a government check, this is certainly nothing to worry about.

Your local bank may or may not cash the check for you. In most cases, they will make every effort but, just like discount stores, the scanners they use to verify checks may not read the check correctly. This is nobody's fault, simply a glitch in compatibility.

If you can find an HSBC Trust Company branch near you, this is your best bet for getting your check cashed quickly and efficiently. Not only are they sure to cash their own checks, but you won't have to deal with the potential hassle of running from one bank or store to the next. Be sure that you have proper identification on you when you cash your check, to avoid any delay. Locations can be found online.
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You can check them at the tysons blvd there is a hsbc bank there that will cash them its in mclean,va an hour from fredericksburg at no charge
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Citizens bank for 10 bucks
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dawn miller answered
You can go to a check cashing place or your bank
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Anonymous commented
No bank account and looking for check cashing places that don't charge 3%! don't understand why walmart's system couldn't read the # on a cashiers check.

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