Writing out a French cheque can be a bit daunting at first so here's how to fill one out.
Writing out a French cheque is very similar to filling out a UK cheque, the main difference when writing out a French cheque is that the amount that the cheque is for goes at the top where in an English cheque you would normally put the name of the person that you are making the cheque payable to.
1 Payez contre cheque: This is
where you fill in the amount on a French cheque - you can write the cents in letters or numbers.
2 €: the amount in numbers goes here - don't forget that in France it is normal to use a comma instead of a decimal point e.g. €30,20
3 A: Fill in the name of the person you want to make the cheque out to i.e. MME Smith (Mrs Smith)
4 Fait a: In here you write the name of the place that you are writing out the cheque in i.e. Paris
5 Le: This is where the date goes
6 Signature: Sign here
Numbers to French Words
|You can use this handy converter to turn numbers into French words to help you fill your French cheque in. Type in some numbers e.g. 116 and click convert. (Does not work with decimals)|
Handy French Numbers
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Writing out a French cheque can be a bit daunting at first so here's how to fill one out. Writing out a French cheque is very similar to filling out a UK cheque, the...