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My husband and I have a joint bank account together, however, we just opened the account and our most recent statement says we have nothing in the account.

 

Would a blank check from that account (which obtains both our first and last names) be sufficient enough to scan (front and back) and use as evidence? 

 

We also have another joint bank account here in Canada, I have statements and proof of consistent deposits and withdraws from that account, which we are also using as evidence for THAT specific account.

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Bank statement is more reliable than a blank check? But perhaps the more the merrier? If I’m you, and me being paranoid, I would supply all that. That’s just me, but others might give you a better opinion. 🤗

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