The Payments Council, the organisation which sets the strategy for UK payments mechanisms, have announced that cheque guarantee cards will not be re-introduced.
Research has showed there is no demand for the scheme, which ended this year, to return.
The cheque guarantee scheme guaranteed that banks would honour a cheque up to £50 or £100, even if there were insufficient funds in an account.
The news comes after a year when there was uncertainty about the future of cheques themselves, at one stage their abolition was proposed by the Payments Council, however after a public outcry they were saved.
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