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    Check Cashing Services in Watford City

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    Business Listing   BNC National Bank - Watford City, ND - Phone: (701) 444-6477

    Business Listing   First International Bank & Trust - Watford City, ND - Phone: (701) 842-2381

    Business Listing   First International Investments - Watford City, ND - Phone: (701) 842-4244

    Business Listing   McKenzie County Bank - Watford City, ND - Phone: (701) 444-6411

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    Helpful Definition for: Check Cashing Services

    A check cashing service in Watford City refers to a large or small company that cashes one's check for a fee. A check cashing company also doubles as a short-term loan facility, offering money in advance of a paycheck for a percentage of the paycheck. The check cashing service, whether through advanced short-term or through percentage of checks cashed, makes money on each cashed check. As with a bank, here too, one would need to provide identification. Some of them offer direct deposit, where money is loaded onto an ATM card and picked up at a check cashing service store. It is a convenient service that provides an opportunity to cash a check immediately.

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