You have made a check deposit and find that it has been canceled: the checks already deposited appear in the list of checks awaiting deposit. There are two possible reasons for the cancellation.
The check remittance has been deleted
If previously remitted checks are back in the Pending Remittance list, it may simply be because the remittance was deleted by one of your organization's administrators.
You have deleted/modified a check attached to the remittance
When you deposit checks, a check deposit entry will be automatically generated. Its amount is automatically calculated according to the total amount of the checks. The amount of a remittance containing two checks of $50 and $60 will be $110.
If you modify or delete one of the checks linked to a remittance, the latter will be deleted in order to avoid creating accounting inconsistencies.
Thus, 3 changes to your linked checks can result in the cancellation of check remittance:
- The deletion of one of the checks already remitted,
- The modification of the amount of one of the checks already deposited,
- Changing the payment method of the payment entered.
When you modify one of the elements of a check already deposited, the software will inform you that the entry linked to the deposit will be canceled.