Cash Cheques...

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  1. jake3340

    jake3340 Supreme Member

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    I got a few questions, Will there be a problem If I cash the CPA cheques although I'm under 18. I know its possible to cash cheques under 18 as I get paid via cheque for my work. But was wonder maybe the CPA networks somehow limit under 18's not to cash their cheques seeing as I have to give my ID card to the bank when I cash a cheque. Anyone got an answer for this ?
     
  2. toyo

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    no, they just send you the check. Your bank acct details is none of their business.........
     
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    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    On a cheque it does not display age and the bank cannot tell them your age so this should be fine.
     
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    jake3340 Supreme Member

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    Guess your right.. thanks for the info guys.
     
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    I've had similar problem with my colleague who is underage and you can safely use a cheque, it doesn't say anything about how old are you and the bank isn't entitled to display any personal information.
     
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    Guess we could cash them out then. Even tho most affiliate networks have no age limit written on their TOS.... but I came across one today and was curious...