Current and overdraft accounts can be linked to cheque book services in order to facilitate secured and easy execution of payments or transfers of funds. Fill in the relevant form to order your own cheque book and submit it to the Bank, at one of our branches or send it via mail, email or fax. Alternatively, submit an online request through our eBanking system and enjoy more favourable pricing.

  • Safe and secured payments and money transfers
  • Cheques can be traced online, through our eBanking system
  • Execution of payments for services for which cards are not accepted
  • Option for custom-printed cheque books
Benefits of Cheque Book Facilities
  • A convenient method of payment
  • No limits in the cheque amount
  • Cheque payments are usually less expensive than electronic payments
Tips and best practices of using cheque book facilities
  • Complete all mandatory cheque fields correctly and clearly. Don’t overwrite any text. In case of any correction your full signature is required in order for the cheque to be valid
  • Always write the name of the person or organization you are paying
  • Make sure that the date is completed correctly
  • Make sure that there are no differences between the written and the numeric amount and that there are no spaces left between the words or the numbers
  • Draw a line through any blank spaces on the cheque, so that no alternations can be made
  • Make sure that your signature is consistent with the specimen the Bank has in its possession
  • Cross the cheque if you wish the payment to be effected through a payee’s Bank account
  • Fill in and keep the cheque stub that contains the details and cheque reference number for reconciliation purposes
  • Use ballpoint pen, instead of a rollerball one
  • Make sure that your account balance is always adequate enough to cover the value of issued cheques
  • Notify the Bank immediately in the case of a lost or stolen cheque
  • Keep in mind that the validity period of issued cheques is 6 months