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How to write checks from your ZenBusiness Banking account
How to write checks from your ZenBusiness Banking account
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At ZenBusiness, we understand how important it is to have multiple convenient payment methods. One way you can pay vendors is with traditional paper checks. While we don't issue paper checks ourselves, we've created a step-by-step guide on how to send checks to vendors, but before outlining the steps, there are a few important points to note:

Points to remember before writing checks

  • You're responsible for maintaining the necessary funds in your account to cover the check when the recipient goes to deposit it. If your check bounces, the recipient may be charged a fee. And if it happens multiple times, you may lose your ability to write checks.

  • Check writing limit is $10,000/check

  • You can also consider using alternative payment methods like ACH transfer, Wire transfer, and use of Debit card to make payments faster and more secure

Steps to write checks

Step 1: Order Your Checks

First you need to get checks for your ZenBusiness Banking account. You have two options:

Option 1: Order Checks Online

  1. Choose a Legit Provider: Choose a trusted online check provider. You can visit extravaluechecks.com or retailers like Walmart and Costco also offer Checks.

  2. Provide Personal Info: Provide your personal and banking information, such as your name, address, and Bank account number, and fill “Thread Bank” as the institution name. Thread Bank Address: 210 E Main St Rogersville, TN 37857.
    You can also find this information on your ZenBusiness Banking dashboard.

  3. Choose Quantity and Accessories: Choose how many checks you need and any extra accessories such as checkbook covers.

  4. Review and Confirm: Double-check all details for accuracy and confirm your order.

  5. Wait for Delivery: Once ordered, wait for the checks to be delivered to you.

Option 2: Buy Checks from a Retailer

  1. Head to a local office supply store that offers check printing services. You can also visit retailers like Walmart and Costco to buy checks.

  2. Provide Personal Info: Provide your personal and banking information, such as your name, address, and Bank account number, and fill “Thread Bank” as the institution name.You can find this information on your ZenBusiness Banking dashboard

  3. Choose Quantity and Accessories: Select how many checks you need and any accessories.

  4. Review and Pay: Review your order for accuracy, then pay.

  5. Collect Checks: Get checks either immediately (in-store) or wait for them to be delivered.

Step 2: Once you get your check, fill in the recipient's details

Enter the necessary info about the vendor you wish to pay, including their name and address. Make sure that all details are accurate to prevent any payment issues.

Step 3: Present in person or mail your check

After filling out the check, it's time to physically hand over the check to your vendor or mail it to their address.

If you run into any issues or have questions along the way, our customer support team is here to ‌help you. We're committed to making ZenBusiness Banking as smooth as possible. For more help, contact us at MoneySupport@zenbusiness.com or 844-493-6249

Disclaimers

  • The retailers suggested in this article for obtaining checks are provided as examples for your convenience. ZenBusiness does not endorse or have any direct affiliation with these retailers. We recommend exercising due diligence when choosing a check provider or retailer, ensuring their reliability, reputation, and adherence to security standards. ZenBusiness is not responsible for any experiences, issues, or disputes that may arise between users and the suggested retailers. Any interactions, transactions, or services conducted with these retailers are the sole responsibility of the user.

  • ZenBusiness is a financial technology company and is not a bank. Banking services provided by Thread Bank; Member FDIC. The ZenBusiness Visa® Debit Card is issued by Thread Bank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and may be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. Your funds are FDIC insured up to $250,000 through Thread Bank; Member FDIC.

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