If I wrote a check for 1500 that was dated 2009 and deposited into an atm in 2010, and subsequently the check was returned for account closed. The funds I owed bank was 450 which I paid. Can they now come after me for check fraud. The bank has just realized all this happened because I opened a new bank account at that same bank. Just curious if they legally can come after me since the check was dated 2009, transaction took place in 2010, I paid them monies owed. Please respond as soon as possible
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