Why are cheques often crossed ?

A cheque is crossed by writing “ & Co.” across it. When this k done the amount can only be paid through a
bank, i.e., the cheque must be paid into a banking account. Thrre is thus an accurate record of the person
to whom payment is made. A crossed cheque is thus a very safe way of paying money.


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