Is it Possible to Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else?

Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else

Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else

 

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I’ll try to make this brief and to the point. My roommate relocated to another nation. He kept receiving mail at my current address and requested me to open it to see if there was anything important. His former company was sued, and he received a hefty payment (5 figures worth). Is there a way I can send him money even though he only has international bank accounts without sending him a physical check in the mail (which is expensive and risky)? Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else

 

 

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I have a five-figure check and can afford to pay the person $100 to FedEx it to me.

OP Have you actually talked to your roommate, Maye? This happens frequently when WhatsApp or Facebook accounts are hijacked.

I agree that this appears to be a possible scam. Either the roommate is scamming you or someone is attempting to defraud the roommate and you are stuck in the middle.

Call the bank that issued the check to see if they can confirm its authenticity.

Scam, you will be used to cover said check by that person or party, then you will be told you will be reimbursed for whatever agreed upon amount, after which you will be ghosted and you will be on the hook for the full amount because the check will always be a bad one and you will be used for recourse once it inevitably bounces or is corrected.

No, not in a practical or wise manner. Simply send him the check. Anything else would be too dangerous.

Take a snapshot of the check and send it to your ex-roommate through email or DM so he can make a remote deposit into his USA bank account.
Do not, under any circumstances, deposit it in your bank account.

Simply send it. Certified would be preferable.

Otherwise, do you want to cash the check and then give the money to him? Do you have any idea how this sounds?

Do they still have a bank account in the United States? Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else

Simply take it to the nearest branch. If there isn’t a nearby branch, they should have a mailing address where you can submit the check for deposit.

In terms of losing the check, it can be replaced if it is lost or damaged.

If the cheque is written out to the roommate and that person does not have a US bank account, you cannot just take it to a local branch. The bank is unlikely to accept a five-figure settlement cheque from someone who is not the payee or a signer on the payee’s account (even if it is endorsed over to him).

The best option is to mail it to the roommate; if mail loss is a problem, simply pay more for priority or insured mail.

Let’s pretend everything is legal and proper. Many people believe it is a hoax, but who knows? You know the person, so it may be true.

You are liable for the money the MOMENT you gain custody of it. You currently have a bank-issued check that is covered and insured. I would never, ever trade the check for the money. The possibility of something going wrong and ruining a friendship is simply too great.

How would I react? Request that he contact a trustworthy lawyer or accountant to accept the cheque and handle the transfer. It’s five figures. He can afford it…and it releases you from all liability once the check is delivered.

 

If he refuses to do so, you know it’s a hoax.

I completely agree. It’s merely a matter of pragmatism, and taking on the obligation isn’t worth the risk. It’s also not the OP’s fault or duty that the roommate failed to change their address.

As a result, I live in London and frequently receive US checks delivered to my US address. It is not too expensive to send him the check via DHL. However, even if you are able to get it to him, some banks will not allow you to mobile deposit checks from abroad, and others have ‘low’ mobile deposit criteria, with many of the majors only permitting low four figure deposits. Some banks and credit unions have quite high mobile deposit thresholds (TIAA Bank, for example, was $75,000 if I recall correctly). As a result, he must investigate whether a mobile deposit is even possible. Some international banks will cash US checks, but the exchange rate will be poor and the process could take up to a month. Some will also not allow you to use a foreign IP address. I would recommend that he open a credit union account with someone like Alliant, which does not mind persons residing abroad and has high mobile deposit requirements. If he kept a US account open, you could perhaps perform a mail-in deposit for him, but this is all a bit complicated with signature endorsements required. In which country is he? Is he still registered in the United States? He could sign it over to you, but that also requires a signature, and most banks don’t appreciate third-party endorsements these days, especially for large cheques. But I’ve DHL’d large checks from the US to other countries and utilised USPS, and none have ever gotten lost. Deposit a Check in a Foreign Country for Someone Else

 

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