Payment / Credit Policy

All orders placed with Check Print Solutions Inc. are subject to our standard credit policies and will apply to all customers. Any exceptions to the policy must be approved by the credit manager and will be documented in writing.

Credit Card Orders

All customers can chose this option and either pay by credit card online, at the time of placing their order or by giving us the credit number prior to their order being produced.  We accept VISA or MasterCard.  All customers  paying by credit card will receive a credit card receipt in with their order.  Should a legitimate charge be rejected by the credit card company or disputed by the customer, a $25 service charge will be applied to the customer account.

Repeat Orders

Unless otherwise stated, the customer agrees that the payment type used on the most recent order is the same payment type that Check Print will use for future orders, unless otherwise instructed by the customer.

Canceled Orders

No Proof Generated -If no proof or confirmation has been generated, we will credit your credit card for the amount of the order, less a  service fee equal to 10% of the order.  You will need to provide us with your credit card number, as we do not keep these on file.

Proof  and/or an order confirmation has been generated -If a proof and/or a confirmation have been generated, prior to your order being printed, then a credit equal to the order amount, less 25% of the total order, will be credited back to your credit card.  You will need to provide us with a credit card number, as we do not keep these on file.

Order has been approved printed and shipped. -If an order has been approved by the customer and has been printed, then the full amount of the order will be due.  No refund or credit will apply.  If the customer chooses to have Check Print prepare and print the new order, then the reprinted order will be charged at a rate of 50% of the original invoice and must be pre-paid, prior to a proof being generated.

Check Print has the sole discretion to chose not to print any orders for a customer that may have an outstanding balance on their account.