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Thank you very much for your quick response. That was very helpful.
My additional question: I read from a Web site that if a fraudulent process was involved. one example is when the check was a counterfeit version, the bank can take my money back even after one or two weeks after the check cleared.
Is that true? Or, will the bank still honor my deposit and go after the issuer, Mr. AAA? Of course, in that case Mr. AAA will be in trouble with the law. Am I still be protected? If not, what is my recourse?
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