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Financial Institution Letter
Special Alert

TO: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
SUBJECT: Missing Cashier's Checks

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has learned that a number of cashier's checks drawn on the Citizens and Farmers Bank, West Point, Virginia, are missing and presumed stolen.

The instruments are gold in color and have serial numbers ranging from 149401 through and including 149525, and 150396 through and including 150399. To date, none of the items have been presented for payment. The routing number on the missing checks is 051404901 and the account number is 0013620401.

Any information you have concerning this matter should be brought to the attention of:

Ms. Sandy Frier
Citizens and Farmers Bank
802 Main Street
West Point, VA 23181
Telephone: (804) 843-2360
Fax Number: (804) 843-2383

Information concerning these instruments also may be forwarded to the FDIC's Special Activities Section, 550 17th Street, NW, Room F-6012, Washington, DC 20429. For your reference, all FDIC Financial Institution Letters published since January of 1995 may be found on the FDIC's Web site at www.fdic.gov under "News, Events, FOIA."

James L. Sexton
Director

Distribution: FDIC-Supervised Banks (Commercial and Savings)

NOTE: Paper copies of FDIC financial institutions letters may be obtained through the FDIC's Public Information Center, 801 17th Street, NW, Room100, Washington, DC 20434 (800-276-6003 or (703) 562-2200).

Last Updated 1/03/2000 communications@fdic.gov

FIL-1-2000
Last Updated: January 3, 2000