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Cashier's Cheque

Cashier's Cheque
Description A cashier's cheque is a cheque guaranteed by the Bank to facilitate the customers in paying to the third party or the customers themselves by paying in the form of cashier's cheque instead of paying by cash. When requesting for cashier's cheque, the customers can withdraw money from their accounts to pay for cashier's cheque or pay by cash.
Type of Services
  • Cashier's cheque
  • Gift cheque
Commission Charges
  • 20 Baht per Cashier's cheque
  • 20 Baht per Gift cheque
Terms and Conditions The client has to submit Cheque Application Form to the Bank.
Document Required
  • Application form for cashier's cheque.
  • A photo copy of Personal ID.

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