1. Keep your cheque book in a
safe place under lock and key.
Never Leave cheque, whether
signed or unsigned, unattended.
If your cheque book or a cheque
is lost or stolen, report to the
bank and the Police immediately.
check against the possibility of
individual cheques being removed
from you cheque book. Report to
the Police immediately of any
Conduct regular review of unused
cheque stock and regular
reconciliation of cheque paid
with your bank statement. Report
to the Bank immediately, if
there are discrepancies found in
your bank statement.
4. Never allow
others to use your cheques.
5. Never draw
cheque on blank paper or on any form
other than that issued by the Bank.
6. Never give
blank cheque to anyone and pre-sign
7. Never give
cheque to unknown persons in exchange
8. When sending
cheque by mail, ensure that the window
envelope does not reveal the cheques and
that the envelope is of sufficient
quality so that the contents would not
be revealed by holding the envelope up
to the light.
9. For corporate
customers, inform the Bank immediately
of any change in the signing mandate,
particularly when the authorized
signatory(ies) has (have) left your
10. Use the
Requisition Form provided inside the
cheque book to request for a new cheque
book. It should be completed and signed
in full by the authorized signatory(ies)
and presented to the Bank.