Yes, and I trust that the following information will help you to understand the check by phone, fax and email process that we use. For those of you who are concerned about the possibility of fraud...you are protected in two ways. First, you are not signing the check. So, if you receive a result (i.e. charge) other than what you have agreed to-you are not "liable" for it. Secondly, your bank or financial institution account is insured against loss due to fraud (FDIC, SIPC).You can not lose a dime to fraud as you are not liable for any transaction that you do not authorize.
Telephone checks and all paper drafts are established as a legal method of payment as provided in the Uniform Commercial Code, Title 1, Section 1-201 (39) and Title 3, Sections 3-104, and 3-403;
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 12 chapter II, Part 210 and Regulations J, Federal Reserve Bank, Part 2, Sections 4a-201 to 4a-212. Only verbal agreement is required for authorization.
Also see Romani V Harris, 255Md 389.
Pay To The Order Of:Dancing Wolf, LLC.(Payable in US Funds)