Searsdeclined check

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My fiance and I were in Sears Store at a local mall and when she wrote a check for her tools that she is needing in automotive class, it was declined. She and I both know that her money was in the bank because she deposited it into her bank that day. The money was from her grant that she had recieved to go to school and Sears refused her check. They said that her check was denied and didn't know why.


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    Dan Cropley Feb 10, 2018
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    I dismissed this person's answer. Anyone who wants to be taken seriously should not write in text style gibberish. "do u ever write checks" or "if not thats reason 2". That's just horrendous English and god awful poor grammar. It's offensive.

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    noobcycle Nov 23, 2007
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    the reason they dont know why is the companies that every retailer use do not discuss your private information with employees of the store ..... there are a million reasons a check can be declined 1st is do u ever write checks for large amounts? if not thats one reason 2nd have you ever written a check at seras before?? if not thats reason 2 and the 3rd wich is the biggest was it over $500 dollars that is what is known as a floor limit and in most cases requires further approval and if that approval cannot be obtained ie a credit union on a weekend etc then your check will be declined there are a millino more reasons but those are the top 3 (: have a nice day sears does not refuse your check certigy check verification did *<: although if there was not 1 trillion bad check writters out there these days good ole sears could just go back to the old i belive ya and take it days (: but thats never ever going to happen :<

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