I've had a few dollars laying around in one of my ClickBank accounts that I'm not really using so I thought I'd cash it out. I've cashed ClickBank checks before without any issues. The check that I cashed this time got me roughly £63 (pocket money, I know), but half a month later a letter comes through and they debit my account for £81 stating the unpaid reason as "unable to locate account". I was puzzled thinking wtf are they on about. So they charge me the following: Agents Charge - 8USD Bank Charge - 5GBP They use an exchange rate of 1.57. That would make it £10 in charges meaning that if this was my fault I should be paying them back £71 and NOT £81. But the idiots also applied the exchange rate to the dollars that they never had making me lose a total of £20! Anyway, I went to the bank to find out what happened because I wasn't sure what was the issue with the "unable to locate account". They told me that it was most probably an issue with locating the international bank account and told me to call the check phone line for more information. So I went back home and looked at the letter again to realize what looks like a MISTAKE that was made by the bank. The numbers at the bottom of the check did not match the numbers that were printed underneath the check by the bank. I'm not sure how the check process works and how they copy the account details but I assume it's manual. Here's a picture of the issue: So now that I know the issue is the banks fault, or at least I think it is I gave them a call and knew what to actually say to them. I explained this to the lady on the phone which was meant to be the person that deals with these issues and she was clueless, she told me there's nothing they can do about the fees or the issue. I tried to find out how the check process works but she kept it vague and pretty much didn't say much. She said it must be an issue with the international bank, so I told her if that's the case then it's not my fault and they should be the ones that should deal with the issue and not me. They're the ones cashing the check internationally... So where do I stand now? Not sure whether to send them a letter or go to the bank once again with the above picture requesting the manager? What a waste of time... Grrr!