Check Writing

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    My friend Josh deposits a check in a Commerce Bank! THRILLING, I know. :)

    The crazy Colombian, akunce, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. The crazy Colombian 75 months ago | reply

      Hi there!

      just a short note to say 'Thank You' for providing your photo with a Creative Commons license; I have used it in my blog for an entry entitled 'Lend a hand: Peer to peer banking?'.


      -The Crazy Colombian

    2. CarbonNYC 75 months ago | reply

      Cool. That's a crazy story; I wonder how that initiative will play out...
      Glad you could make use of the photo!

    3. LittleTurtle4 65 months ago | reply


      I will be using your picture on a page I am creating for work, and I was wondering how you prefer to be credited, as CarbonNYC or David Goehring? I'll send a link to the page once it has gone "live".


    4. CarbonNYC 65 months ago | reply

      Either is really fine. Whichever is more stylistically consistent with the page is what I'd argue for. (Glad you can make use of it -- and thanks, in advance, for the link!)

    5. LittleTurtle4 65 months ago | reply

      Here is the link: Business Development & Payroll

      Thanks again for making this Creative Commons. It isn't easy finding a decent cheque image that isn't copyright.

    6. CarbonNYC 65 months ago | reply

      You're welcome; I had no idea about their rarity -- this was a very impromptu shot, but obviously very "stock photo-y," and therefore very useful for many purposes...

    7. 64 months ago | reply

      Hi David. Yes, it's tough to find a photo showing someone writing a check. Maybe that's because we've truly entered the Neuromancer age, and paper money (even in check form) is becoming obsolete.

      But I digress... I used your photo on my blog, The full address is:
      You're credited at the bottom.

      Thanks for making this CC!

    8. CarbonNYC 64 months ago | reply

      LOL. Glad you could use it! :)

    9. Simon 64 months ago | reply

      We loved this image so much we used it to illustrate an article canvassing donations to our community Website on the Isle of Wight.

      Many thanks. Love VentnorBlog

    10. BundleHQ 52 months ago | reply

      Thank you for making this creative commons! We used it for our article "Who still writes checks?" Check it out here:

    11. lucile.sourdes 47 months ago | reply


      I am a webmaster for a French news website called Rue89 ( I'm about to use this picture (with link and credit) to illustrate a story on my site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned in this page.

      If you do not want us to reproduce your work on our site, just email me at lsourdes[at]

      Congratulations for this photo.

    12. icemom.diane 45 months ago | reply

      Thank you for putting this on Creative Commons! I'll be using this on a blog post scheduled for August 5, 2010.

      Ice Mom

    13. nathansbowman 42 months ago | reply

      Love this photo! I'm using for an article I wrote about Be Aware of Outrageous Hidden Bank Fees. Thanks for sharing!

    14. coupcoup 37 months ago | reply

      Who knew an image of such a mundane act would be so useful. I'm going to use it on Thanks for putting it on Creative Commons.

    15. laura_hensley 31 months ago | reply

      Yes, Thanks David. I write for a blog... I'm using it for a story I'm writing about bank fees.

    16. ontargetcoach 29 months ago | reply

      Thanks for free pics. I'm updating my blog posts so I can be "legal".

    17. CarbonNYC 26 months ago | reply

      I'm glad folks are making good use of the photo (with attribution)! :)

    18. uSwitchforBusiness 25 months ago | reply


      Thanks for making this Creative Commons; we used on our post OFGEM COULD GET YOU COMPENSATION UNDER NEW PROPOSALS, BUT SIZE MATTERS.

      Naturally you've been credited and we've linked back to the original image :)

      Thanks again,


    19. dzhingarov 7 months ago | reply

      I used your photo at my blog post - Business Startup: 5 Necessities for a Successful Payroll Department. I gave credit to your this page and your username. I hope the way I gave you credit is fine for you.

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