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System overview guide
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Magnetic ink character recognition (MICR)
ERA
ERA CORPORA
P AYR OLL A CCOUNT
PA Y TO THE ORDER OF
JEAN L.
MA GNIN
484 NOR
TH PR OSPECT
CAR UBA BEA
P AY ABLE IF DESIRED A
NA TIONAL
TR UST AND SA
OMAHA, NEBRASKA
SECURITY
TR UST COMP
A uxiliar y On-us field
6-4
TION P . O . BO X 9968 KENAN,
N. Y . 146008
NO T NEGO
CH, CA 80297
T SOUTHERN P
A CIFIC
VINGS ASSOC
12-35/9290
ANY OF KENEAN,
N.Y.
Transit n umber field
Figure 6-2. Parts of the MICR Clear Band on a U. S. check
Transit: There are two transit symbols in a MICR line. The
numbers between the transit symbols indicate the institution
on which the check is drawn and the location which the
document should be sent for processing.
Amount: There are two amount symbols in a MICR line. The
numbers between the amount symbols indicate the amount
of the check. Generally, the amount information is added to
the MICR line by the bank during processing.
On-Us: The field to the left of this symbol contains the
account number. The content of the On-Us field is
determined by the issuing institution. The branch of the bank
on which the check is drawn may also be indicated in this
field.
In general, the account number, bank branch number, and
check number are easily recognizable. Typically, the serial
number for the check displays to the right of the On-Us
symbol.
On larger business size checks, this symbol also defines the
Auxiliary On-Us field located on the left end of the check.
Generally, this optional field contains a multiple digit serial
number.
06-29-84
V OID AFTER 90 D
TIABLE
DOLLARS
$* * * *980
28
.
On-us field
1962721
50-16
223
A YS
$980.28
CENTS
Amount field
System Overview Guide

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