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1116 Bad Check Investigation
Terms in this set (5)
1.] Account closed: account must be closed prior to the date of the check
2.] Insufficient funds $500 and over (Felony and Misdemeanor)
3.] No account: account has been closed for several years
4.] Forgery: check is counterfeit
5.] Stop payment $500 and over (Felony and Misdemeanor)
Identify the various types of bad check violations/cases.
1.] Postdated checks: A check passed on one date but dated for later
2.] Checks which the victim held at the request of the suspect
3.] Uncollected funds: A bank holds a check until it clears the other bank. This may cause an overdraw
4.] Third party checks
........a.) Jim writes Sue a check who signs the check over to Bill. Bill cashes the check at the store and the check comes back insufficient. The store cannot prosecute anyone, but Sue can.
5.] Refer to maker - They must contact the bank to determine the problem
6.] Stop payment - A stop payment may be civil when there was money in the bank to cover the check
Identify those cases that are civil cases only.
1.] Seize the original check and the ten-day letter as evidence
2.] Also seize any work orders, invoices, etc. as applicable.
3.] Handle all seized evidence as you would for any other crime
4.] Contact the bank to determine the status of the account at the time the check was written
5.] Write a thorough and articulated report
Identify proper bad check investigation procedures.
The first step of the investigation is to determine where the check was received (the venue)
Identify the first step in any check investigation.
1.] The purpose of the "ten day letter," is to establish the suspect's intent to defraud.
2.] It is issued by the prosecuting attorney to allow the suspect an opportunity to resolve the matter.
Identify the purpose of the "Ten Day Letter" and who issues it.
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