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This may be a dumb question but I have been holding onto my college disbursement check for a about 2 months now and I am trying to cash it now but don't want open an account just to cash it. So I was wondering would Kroger cash it? It's for 1,100 dollars. I also heard whatever bank is listed on the check I can cash it there without an account is that true?



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They will cash it, and it should be free.



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Kroger should be able to cash the check.  We run it through as a payroll check.  Here it costs $3.00 to cash any payroll checks up to $2,000.00.

But when the college a lot of our employees attend (Northwest Mississippi Community College) sent out reimbursement checks, there was a problem and we couldn't cash them.  Every time we tried, the system kept telling us to "refer customer to Certegy."  We had a lot of unhappy people as a result, but it wasn't our fault.



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@VWguy90 LMAO we are in the same area. I may even know you but I am not disclosing my identity. LOLOL But I think ill just cash my check at sycamore bank instead before I forget I even have the check again.



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In all honesty I think you should open up a bank account if you have more than $100. 



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Kroger isn't supposed to cash checks over 60 days old. So if it's more then that then tough crap.

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