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Article ID: 4145

Subject: Voiding an Escrow Check

Last Modified: August 13, 2013


Applies to: Pro Gold i2 2.0, 3.0


Issue: Escrow check is created or issued, but needs to be voided. All escrow transactions are mapped to a property record. As a result, the transaction must be initiated from the property record in order for the Property ID to automatically populate on the transaction. Therefore, the action to VOID a check should be accomplished via the property that it was issued from.


Resolution: Actions required to VOID an escrow check:


          Go to property record

          Select Escrow Banking button

          Will open the Adjustment Tab in the bank account

          Click on the Checks Tab

          Select the Find button and enter the number of the check # in the search box at bottom of Search screen

          Click OK button and it will bring up the check

          If check is Posted, must Unpost it in order to open the VOID box

          Click VOID box (VOID will display in big letters across the check)

          Click Done button to return to property and verify results and print escrow journal

          Select Escrow Check button if a new replacement check is needed or Done button to close property area


References:   Below is a link you can use to access Enhancement HelpNet Center resources, which includes the Knowledge Base Article (KBA) Library, Pro Gold i2 Documentation, and Training Webcasts:


          The Enhancement HelpNet links are located on the right side of the web page.


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