Upon my advice, my daughter requested a cashiers check in a BOA office in NJ today rather than carry a sum of cash out of the bank. She asked how long the check was valid. The Bank Manager told her they expire in 90 days. I told her my own personal checks are good for 180 days before they are stale dated.
- Why are banks cashiers checks only valid for half that time? I know they do not expire or become stale dated.
- The bank issues these checks based on good and valid funds in their bank and usually do not print an expiration date on them.
- Why would a Bank of America tell ones of its customers this incorrect information?