If you have any doubts about a check, it’s wise to verify funds and find out if the check is likely to bounce. If you deposit a bad check, you’ll have to pay chase bank fees, and you’ll need to take additional steps to get the money you're owed.
To verify a check, you need to contact the bank that the money is coming from. Find the bank name on the front of the check. Search for the bank online and visit the bank’s official site to get a phone number for customer service. Don’t use the phone number printed on the check. Tell the customer service representative that you’d like to verify a check you received. Provide the bank account and routing numbers from the bottom of the check. Provide the amount of the check.
If your business accepts checks from customers regularly, contacting banks for every check is not practical. Automated check verification services can help you figure out if you're likely to get paid, but they don't necessarily check recent account balances. Instead, those services flag accounts and people who have a history of writing bad checks—and that's useful information. Some services even guarantee payment if they fail to alert you to a bad check.
For chase check, fast enter the phone number, you entered the information provided by this service does not guarantee payment of the check by chain, the decision to pay a check or return a check, it's made when the check is presented to chase for payment currently the account provided has sufficient funds to pay this.