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Shoonra wrote:If the check is authentic it can be processed, even without magnetic ink. Used to be, when I was a little boy, you could get blank checks in a stationery store - you had to fill in everything including the bank's name and everyone else's names.
Shoonra wrote:Handling a check without magnetic ink is a bit cumbersome but there are methods for it.
Shoonra wrote:An alternative, since the payer is honest about signing this, is going back to him and having him write out a check on a proper check form and getting the napkin back in exchange.
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