Cashier's Check

Do cashiers checks clear immediately?

Cashier's and government checks, along with checks drawn on the same financial institution that holds your account, usually clear faster, in one business day.

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How does a cashiers check work?

Cashier's checks are very safe. They are issued by a bank and are paid out of bank funds, not customer accounts. The bank fills in the “payable to” information and no one but the designated payee can cash the check. Cashier's checks also settle much faster than personal checks.

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What is the maximum amount for a cashier's check?

There's often no limit on a cashier's check, provided you have the money for it. Some banks do impose a maximum amount if the check is ordered online. This limit can range from $2,500 to $250,000 per check or more.

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