A checking withdrawal slip is a bank-provided document that allows you to withdraw money from your current account. You may use a checking withdrawal slip when you visit your financial institution if you do not want to write a check or use your ATM card.
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Things you need
- Checking withdrawal slip
- Current account
- Current account number
Place the checking withdrawal slip on a flat surface. Have your current account number handy.
Print today's date on the line next to the word "Date." This is the official date of the transaction.
Write out in words the amount you wish to withdraw from your current account on the line next to the word "Amount." For example, if you are withdrawing £227.80, write "Three-hundred fifty and 46/100 dollars."
Insert the numerical amount you wish to withdraw in the box next to the words "Dollar Amount."
Place your name on the line next to the word "Name." If there is a space for your address on the withdrawal slip, enter the mailing address associated with your current account in that space.
Enter all the digits in your current account number in the boxes next to the words "Account Number."
Sign your name on the signature line to authorise the transaction.
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