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When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

 
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Level 1

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

IS THERE A WAY TO DELETE THOSE ASTERISKS?
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Level 15

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

It is Fraud Prevention. It is to prevent anyone changing it to $511,000.00, for example. It is "filler."

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Level 2

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

Makes sense.  Thanks!
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Level 15

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

:smile: Smile
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Level 1

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

IS THERE A WAY TO GET RID OF IT?
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Level 1

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

IS THERE A WAY TO DELETE THOSE ASTERISKS?
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Level 15

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

@tina PLEASE stop using all Caps. You don't want to delete them; they are part of Fraud Prevention.
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Level 8

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

I don't think there is a way, no.
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Level 2

When I print a check, there are two asterisk after the "$" symbol and before the numerical amount, like this: $ **11,000.00. Why? And how do I get rid of?

Makes sense.  Thanks!

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