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    Just wondering if anyone knows of any time limit to deposit a check from google..90 days? 6 months? I found a 2 month old check from google earlier which I forgot to deposit :P

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    It doesn't say on the check? I would assume 90 days, but don't know for sure. Definitely try it!

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    I think legaly (in the US) it is 90 days for a company check and 180 days for a personal check unless otherwise stated.

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    Usually unless it's written on the check, you have until 120 days, at which time the check becomes dormant. 2 months, it should go through. If not, you can always send it back to them and ask them to reissue it.

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    For checks that do not specify duration, after 180 days banks consider it "stale check" and will not proces it for deposit.

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    Whoops, thanks Chief, I meant 180 days...aka 6 months before the check becomes dormant. I should know that since I used to work for a bank. LOL..

    Robin

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