Bad check Letter-Demand Letter, returned check; payment request


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 empowers individuals who seek rightful payment after receiving a bad or returned check. Take control of your finances and assert your rights.

This letter informs the check issuer that the bank did not accept their payment, and they still owe you money. By initiating communication, you aim to prompt prompt payment or establish a paper trail for potential legal action.

Please be aware that bad check laws may vary by state, and additional requirements or limitations may apply. It is essential to familiarize yourself with the laws specific to your jurisdiction.

Gain peace of mind with our attorney-prepared template, refined through years of practice, and proven effective in demanding payment.

How to Use the Template:

  1. Download the Word format letter.
  2. Customize the highlighted text with your information (yellow highlights indicate your details; green highlights offer suggestions).
  3. Review the letter and make any necessary modifications, removing the highlights.
  4. Print the letter and sign it.
  5. Send the letter to the other party via Certified Mail. Refer to your contract, if applicable, for specific instructions on providing notice.

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