Rubber check

A rubber check is a check that has been rejected by the bank on which it was drawn, due to the maker not having sufficient funds in the underlying account. A rubber check is a sign of poor cash management by the maker. When this situation occurs, the bank will likely charge a fee to the maker. A rubber check is also called a bounced check.

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