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How to Get a Voided Check Online?

To get a voided check online, visit the website, fill in your bank details, and download the voided check. It's an easy way to provide your bank information for electronic payments.

by S Samayanka

Updated Apr 24, 2024

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How to Get a Voided Check Online?

Voided Check

A voided check is one that has the word "VOID" written across it, indicating that it is not to be paid with money. A check may need to be voided for a variety of reasons, such as initiating a direct deposit or online bill payment. 

It ensures that money cannot be withdrawn or deposited from your account. Your routing number, account number, and check number are some of the details that can be obtained from a void check in order to obtain the information required for electronic payments.

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How to Get a Voided Check Online?

Follow these steps to get a voided check online:

  • Open your browser and search for VoidedCheck.com. It will take you to a website where you can create a voided check.
  • On the website, you will find a form where you need to fill in your bank information. It includes 
  1. Your bank's address
  2. Routing number
  3. Account number
  • Then you must fill in the name and address that you want to appear on your voided check. 
  • Verify that the information you have entered is accurate.
  • Some services may offer different styles for your voided check and choose what you want.
  • Once you complete all the steps, you can download your voided check. 
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How is a Check Voided?

The steps for voiding a check are very simple. Follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, get a blue or black pen.
  • Use the pen to write the word "VOID" in capital letters across the front of the check. 
  • Even if the word covers up the text boxes on the check, it's not a problem.
  • You can also write "VOID" in smaller letters on the lines where you write the payee's name, the date, the amount in numbers, your signature, and in the box where you write the amount in words.
  • Keep a copy of the voided check.  Make a physical copy of the voided check and note the check number for your records.   
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What are the Reasons to Void a Check?

  • To set up a direct deposit, you need to give your employer the account information, which can be done easily by providing a voided check. 
  • To automate paying bills like your car loan or mortgage, you provide a voided check connected to your bank account. This is one way to set up autopay. 
  • A voided check may be required for ACH transfers, which include payments made online to the IRS or by businesses to vendors. 
  • If you have made errors on a check, voiding the check prevents it from being used.

Is It Possible to Deposit a Voided Check?

  • You cannot put money into your account with a voided check.
  • If you try to deposit a voided check at an ATM, it might seem okay at first.
  • When you notice the mistake, the money will be returned to the account owner after being removed from the one it was placed into.
  • Sometimes, you might be a charged for this mistake.
  • If a voided check is presented and money is taken out, you can raise a complain when you get your bank statement.

How to Get a Voided Check Online - FAQs

1. What is a voided check?  

A check with the word "VOID" written across it indicates it is not for payment.

2. Why would I need to void a check?  

To set up direct deposit or online bill payment, among other reasons.

3. How do I get a voided check online?  

Visit a website like VoidedCheck.com, fill in bank information, and download the voided check.

4. What information do I need for a voided check online?  

Bank address, routing number, account number, and personal details.

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