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    $25/lost check fee. justified?
    I just lost a few checks on CJ and was forced to pay the $25/check bank stop payment check.

    Is that justified?

    On my country, there are no charge for a bank stop payment check. I am not sure if this would fo to the bank or to CJ.

    Is there a new CJ rep available on ABW?
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    To stop payment for a check is free at least with my bank Wachovia, but to reissue a check and to mail it has a cost for the network. $25/check is not outrageous in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeus
    To stop payment for a check is free at least with my bank Wachovia, but to reissue a check and to mail it has a cost for the network. $25/check is not outrageous in my opinion.
    thanks zeus for the reply.

    unfortunately, I lost more than a couple of checks

    I am subscribing to fedex again. was trying to be save a little by using a regular mail payment.

    I hope bank payments would be available to MORE international countries soon.
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    If you lost several checks, maybe you can negociate the price with CJ. The mailing cost should be the same.

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    I've been with a credit union for years (though I'm with ING Direct now as well), but the banks that I used prior to that all charged stop check fees, usually around $15-$20. I don't know how common it is today, though... that was about 10 years ago or so that I was last with a non-credit union bank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prix
    I just lost a few checks on CJ and was forced to pay the $25/check bank stop payment check.

    Is that justified?

    On my country, there are no charge for a bank stop payment check. I am not sure if this would fo to the bank or to CJ.

    Is there a new CJ rep available on ABW?
    If this is CJ's policy and you agreed to abide by the TOS when you applied, then yes, it is justified...



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    It's been $25 for years at CJ. I wouldn't be surprised if they increase it.

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    I believe that my bank charges between $20 and $30 for a stop check fee.

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    I lost a check once. Paid $25 for stop payment. I think its fair price.

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    thanks for the replies guys. i have subd to fedex from now on.
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