Worthless Check Unit

The Solicitor’s Worthless Check Unit was created to reduce the burden on victims who have received worthless checks. Our goal is to help the businesses of York and Union Counties recoup their losses and to reduce the occurrence of worthless check fraud by prosecuting offenders who write bad checks. This is a free service to the merchants of York and Union Counties.

Program Requirements:

To criminally prosecute a bad check, South Carolina law states the following requirements must be met:

The check must have been received in York or Union County

The check must be deposited within l0 days of receipt

The check must not be a postdated check

The vendor did not have an agreement to hold the check

A warrant must be obtained within 180 days from the date the check was received

Worthless Check Unit

To participate in the Worthless Check program, the victim submits the check for collection and a completed Victim/Vendor Worksheet. The Solicitor’s Check Unit will handle all legal collection requirements on the worthless check. If restitution is not made pursuant to the program’s requirements, the Check Unit will prepare an arrest warrant, notify the victim when the warrant is ready for signature, and prosecute the check writer to the fullest extent of the law.

Contact Information for the Worthless Check Unit

16th Circuit Solicitor’s Office

1675-1A York Highway, Ste. 1A

York, SC 29745

Main Line (803) 909-7585

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