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Check Cashing

Cash a check at Money Services and you’ll have dollars in your pocket straightaway.

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Check cashing doesn’t need to be difficult or expensive. With Money Services you can cash a wide range of checks quickly and securely.

  • Everyday low fees
  • More than 2,000 stores
  • Shopper’s Card benefits
  • No enrollment
  • Cash checks and grocery shop together
  • Want to know more? Find out more about us

Types of check you can cash at

Cashing a payroll check

Cashing a government check

Cashing tax refund checks

Cashing insurance checks

Cashing a business check

Cashing a child support check

Withdraw cash from a debit card

To cash a check at your local Money Services,

  • The check you want to cash
  • Your social security or Taxpayer Identification Number
  • A current, valid form of ID

The types of ID

  • US-issued Passport

  • State-issued ID

  • Driver's License

  • Resident Alien ID

  • Military ID

  • Matricula Consular ID

  • Tribal Nation or Reservation ID

How to cash a check with

Cashing a check doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated.

  • 1

    Find your nearest store

  • 2

    Bring your check and correct details

  • 3

    Our team at the Money Services desk will do the rest

How much does it cost to

Amount to cash

You can only cash a check up to the value of $5,000.

With Card

$4.00

Without Card

$4.50

*Prices may vary by store, check your with your local store.

Top 5 FAQs

You need to bring a current, valid ID to cash a check at Money Services. Find out how to cash a check.

There is typically an expiration date printed on the check. Find out more about checks and how to cash them.

If you’re certain you’ve lost the check, you need to cancel it as soon as possible. Find out more on what to do if you’ve lost a check.

It depends on what you’re trying to do and your own financial circumstances. Learn more here.

You don’t need a bank account to cash a check, but you do need to bring certain documentation with you.

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