The purpose of this letter is to let the party who gave you the bad check know that their check hasn’t been accepted by the bank and that they still owe you money.
This Demand Letter is for someone who was paid with a bad check, or a check that was returned and you want payment from the party who signed the check.
The purpose of this letter is to let the party who gave you the bad check know that their check hasn’t been accepted by the bank and that they still owe you money. This letter may suffice and you’ll be paid promptly, but if not, you’ll have a paper trail in case you have to file a lawsuit. Depending on your state, there may be additional requirements or limitations on bad check notices, so you’ll want to check your local laws.
This letter will establish a paper trail in the event that a lawsuit is filed; and will hopefully motivate the other party to rectify the problem!
About the Template:
This is an attorney-prepared demand letter that has been tested and refined throughout our years of practice.
How to use it:
1. Download the letter in Word format.
2. Replace the highlighted text with your information (yellow highlights are for your information; green highlights are suggestions).
3. Review & make any additional changes; remove highlights.
4. Print and sign.
5. Send to the other party via Certified Mail. If you have a contract with the person, check the contract to see if it has specific instructions for providing “Notice”
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