Hello, friend! We are super excited that you have chosen Checkeeper to fulfill your check making needs! We want you to choose what works best for you and/or your business. That’s why we offer the ability to import checks using a CSV file, through our user-friendly API, or by starting from scratch. In this article, I will walk you through the process of creating a ready-to-print (or mail) check. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!
(1) Create your check + (2) Create your template= (3) Ready to print check
Repeat after me: “I will create my check before I touch my template.” Once you log into your account, click the top left blue box that reads “Create Check”. This will take you to the “Create Check” screen where you input the following required check information:
Check number, date, check amount, payee name, payee address and country (the payee address is only required for checks that are submitted to be mailed).
Do not use any commas in the “Amount” field.
The system will denote your first check as check #1. This field can be edited if you want to start with a different check number.
You can set a default country for your business under settings.
Custom Fields and so much more!
The following only pertains to checks submitted to our mailing service:
It is important to make sure you are selecting the right checks for mailing, because this action cannot be reversed.
You can add attachments when you create a check! This can be anything from receipts, invoices, pay stubs, or a picture of your dog. The file must be in an image or a PDF format in order to upload.
Edit / Void / Delete
To edit a check, click on the “Checks'' tab in the dashboard to get back to the check registry. Click on the blue check number to view the check and then “Edit Check”. Make sure to save any changes made before exiting the screen.
You can also void checks in bulk or one at a time. From the check registry (see image below), select the check(s) you want to void and click on the button to the right of the blue “Mail Checks” square. It is a black circle with a slash. This action only voids the check within the Checkeeper system. You will need to contact your bank if you want to prevent further actions.
To delete checks from the registry, it can be done in bulk or one at a time. This action cannot be undone, so make sure you really, really want to make it disappear forever!
Printing checks shouldn't be complicated, but banks want you to think it is. Checkeeper's mission is to ease the pain and barriers of check printing for businesses and individuals. Checkeeper has reimagined check printing services for over 115,000 companies, bookkeepers and individuals.