If you are an online shopper, am sure you must have heard of or used Walmart at one time. If you have ever done shopping at Walmart, You may have something to say about their services?
This is one of the most loved online supermarkets that apart from its affordable products and services, you will be able to access cheaper cash checking services.
In this article, we shall look at some of the ways Walmart uses to confirm and verify checks before they are cashed.
How Walmart verifies checks
Walmart makes use of the latest Certegy Check Services to validate if your checks are genuine or not. This technology detects any form of forgery, and in case your check does not pass you will be told why it has been rejected.
So far, if you visit the Complaints Board, you will see several clients complaining that after this technology was used to verify their checks, they were rejected.
However, no one does not state the reason why their checks were rejected, meaning that all clients are informed about the issues that have led to the rejection of their checks.
Why does Walmart verify checks?
Well, if you read some of the reasons stated by some clients above, you will understand why Walmart verifies checks before cashing them.
Nevertheless, the main reason for doing this is to reduce cases of fraud, which have cost several stores and banks that do not verify checks first before the process of cashing starts.
What happens when Walmart determines that a check is fake
Immediately your check is established to be counterfeit, you will first be informed about it. If you insist that your check is not fake or rather genuine, the agents will repeat the verification process.
After, re-verifying if the result is the same, your check is automatically rejected. However, if the check is found to be genuine, which never happens in most cases, the agents will apologize.
In some cases, these mistakes do happen.
Therefore, you should not worry if your check was rejected at first but accepted after a second verification process.
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