7.3. Stop payment information
- A “stop payment” can be placed on a check. Because ADP charges a fee to place a stop on a check, Payroll recommends you wait at least 7-10 business days to see if you receive the check or if the check is returned to MI by the post office. If a check is returned to MI as undeliverable, it can be re-mailed with a corrected address on it and no fee is involved.
- If you wish to place a stop on a check, Payroll will need the pay period/pay date, correct mailing address, the check #, and check amount, which you can view in ADP. To view your paystubs, follow the directions given in Section 7.2.
- If you request a stop on a check, please keep the following in mind:
- Depending on the reason for the stop, you may be responsible for the stop check fee.
- If you request a stop on a check, it takes 7 to 10 business days before Payroll is notified by ADP that they can reissue the check.
- If you then receive the check during the 7 to 10 business day timeframe, it would no longer be cashable.
- All re-issued checks are live paper checks that will be sent to you via US mail.