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Alterna Bank Cheques
May 3, 2019
5:16 pm
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Just curious how people got some cheques for their Alterna Bank chequing account. I don't really fancy paying what I'm sure will be an inflated price from their supplier. Did you get a void cheque from them in some form and then use ASAP cheques or another company?

May 3, 2019
5:28 pm
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I believe ASAP Cheques will accept an Alterna Bank e-Statement. I spoke with them by phone and that's what they told me, that they'd accept e-Statements. Alternatively, you could ask Alterna Bank for an Account Verification/VOID Cheque Form that has your bank & branch names, branch address, branch transit number, your account number, and your name and address. It should also include your name and address and, ideally, be dated. They may require either a branch domicile stamp or a teller/CSR date stamp, but I'm sure Alterna wouldn't have a problem with that. 🙂

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Doug

May 4, 2019
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Indeed! Was just seeing if anyone has gone through this already so I knew what would have the best result with minimal effort. 😀

May 4, 2019
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Indeed! Was just seeing if anyone has gone through this already so I knew what would have the best result with minimal effort. 😀  

Yep, sounds like you've got the right strategy, if that's what you were thinking. 🙂

Cheers,
Doug

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