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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will no longer have to wait several days for cheques to clear after a new electronic clearance system is introduced in August – every cheque, whether local or outstation, will clear in just about half a day. Read more.
   
Bankers Notice

Accountholder may be liable for unauthoriesd cheque transaction. Hence, it is the accountholder's responsibility to place extra care and ensure the following relus are adhered to. Read more.

When You Write A Cheque        1. Ensure Adequate funds are available in your account for the amount drawn.

2. Do not use felt tip pens, erasable ink pens, pencils to write cheque.

3. Do not make any alteration whatsoever on your cheque.

4. Do not fold, crumple, mutilate, staple or pin your cheques. Ensure that spoiled cheques are destroyed.

5. DO NOT use company stamp/ chop/ personal seal on the cheques. Read more.

 

 
   
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  • Intel Pentium III Processor   

  • 64MB of RAM    

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Truncation and Conversion System (CTCS)
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will no longer have to wait several days for cheques to clear after a new electronic clearance system is introduced in August – every cheque, whether local or outstation, will clear in just about half a day.

Read full article here.

 

 

FAQs - Truncation and Conversion System (CTCS)
What is Cheque Truncation and Conversion?

In cheque truncation, the clearing of cheques will be based on the image and Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) Codeline data of the cheque and not the physical cheque. In place of the physical cheque, the image and data of the cheque such as the MICR fields, date of presentation, presenting bank, etc. would be transmitted electronically throughout the clearing process. Thus, the need to move the physical cheque from the collecting bank to the Clearing House and the paying/drawee bank will not be necessary. This would effectively reduce the time required for payment of cheques, except in exceptional circumstances. To date, cheque truncation has been implemented in several countries including the US, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

Cheque conversion, on the other hand, is a data-based cheque clearing system, where the clearing will be based solely on the MICR Code line data of the cheque and not the image or physical cheque. The MICR Codeline data captured is then converted into a payment instruction to effect the transfer of funds from the drawer's account into the drawee's account.


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Cheque Clearing System By Image Transmission From Tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR, June 30 (Bernama) -- The cheque clearing system will be driven by the transmission of cheque images and data between banks and the clearing house with effect from tomorrow.

This will replace the current physical exchange of cheques, Bank Negara Malaysia said in a statement announcing the nationwide rollout of the Cheque Truncation and Cheque Conversion System (CTCS).
 

Read full article here.

 

 

Bankers Notice: When You draw a cheque

Accountholder may be liable for unauthoriesd cheque transaction. Hence, it is the accountholder's responsibility to place extra care and ensure the following relus are adhered to.

When You Write A Cheque      

1. Ensure Adequate funds are available in your account for the amount drawn.

2. Do not use felt tip pens, erasable ink pens, pencils to write cheque.

3. Do not make any alteration whatsoever on your cheque.

4. Do not fold, crumple, mutilate, staple or pin your cheques. Ensure that spoiled cheques are destroyed.

5. DO NOT use company stamp/ chop/ personal seal on the cheques.

Read full article here.

 

 

Bankers Notice: In your own interest
1. Keep your cheque book in a safe place under lock and key. Never Leave cheque, whether signed or unsigned, unattended.

2. Never allow others to use your cheques.

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Fast cheque transaction
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians can expect faster cheque clearance when banks implement a new system next year.

Called the Cheque Truncation and Conversion System (CTCS), the system will allow all cheques, local and outstation, to be cleared within the same day.

Currently, outstation cheques need five to eight business days to clear.

Bank Negara Malaysia deputy governor Datuk Zamani Abdul Ghani said all cheques would be considered local cheques and the funds would be received the next business day.

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Cheque Truncation and Conversion System (CTCS), Which bank is implementing?
Anyone know about this Cheque Truncation and Conversion System (CTCS) stuff? I was being told that RHB still not yet implement with this system, HSBC and Standard Chartered bank will be implementing this end of this month.

Cheque clearing normally takes 2 or more days, but with this system, it will clear on the same day or next business day. Anyone know any other bank implementing this as well?

Read full Forum http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/712302

 

 

 

Things to Note: Your Current Account

A current account is a deposit account available at all banking institutions in Malaysia and can be used for either personal or business purposes. As a current account holder, you are allowed to use cheques as a way to make payments. However do be sure that you are well informed of the things you need to know about using cheques before making any payments.

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