nced by NFCU! Is this standard policy?
11-20-2012 10:20 AM
This is standard with every financial institution that I know of. If two names are on a cheque, both people must be present to be able to do anything with it. They may accept a signature instead of the person being there, but that is not the usual thing.
Usually not. A signature is useless unless it can be verified. Bank policy is usually that both parties must be present with ID.
EQ FICO - 07/2012: 699, 08/2012: 714, 10/2012: 729, 11/2012: 686, 12/2012: 723, 01/2013: 737, 03/2013: 725, 04/2013: 734, 05/2013: 736
EX FICO(AMEX) - 10/2012: 712