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Pre-printed - by the bank or 3rd party check provider. If you open a new account or otherwise change banks, you get 'starter checks'. These are generic checks with your bank routing and account number, but nothing identifying who you are personally -name, address. If you were to drop your starter checks on the ground or otherwise lose them, anyone can present your checks as their checks--unless the personal info is pre-printed: Sally Joe Jackson, 123 Riverdale Rd., Flint, Taftville 12345. --no one would be able to say you weren't, if the info is missing. It should normally correspond with your identification card name, so someone can compare to validate you are that person. Prevents identity theft, fraud. Many places will not deal with starter checks, too easy fraud. Some will. Normally, if a biz knows you--they might not have a problem. I do recall cashing nonpre-printed checks. Normally, the bank will give you back up documentation to help you out in using your checks so it's clear to a recipient that these checks are yours. If your landlord is squeamish, present her with your backup docs, and your bank's tele, if need be. I mean if she doesn't trust you as a tenant. Some people are old-fashioned, and don't want any hassle with 'new' concepts or extra trouble. You could show her your docs today, and 1 month from now, for her recordkeeping, she has nothing (a check should not take that long, but). She should be able to trust you as a tenant. It's not like she doesn't know where to find you or point you out. :) Ask her what her concerns are. I'm assuming these are starter checks, is she aware of this? Your check will probably clear within 1 week--your bank can make her assured that they're not going to hold the check while you live at her expense for months, or even 1 month. When the check clears,that's her record. Tell her the bank has you waiting on the pre-printed checks, and the next check set-- preprinted should arrive before next month's rent is due.
A non printed check? Your land lord is dismayed. What he means is that he needs gauranteed funds, check money order, official check with the money drawn out already is in his case a nonprinted check. What the landlord is refering to is your personal check aka nonprinted check. The personal check from your checking account is not gauranteed because it could come back on your land lord as INSF, not to say you would do this, but it sounds like too many people have done your landlord wrong prior to your arrival.
A check is a check, but she must have had bad experience with checks bouncing in the past. A money order has to be payed for and when given for payment is gauranteed. She is protecting her best interest. I would probably look for a new place to rent if my landlord pulled that.