You really should open a bank account so you can deposit checks without having to show ID and cash them. Many banks offer free checking for students. Pick a bank to open an account at, and use this check to start it.
by gomanyes - a day ago
How about just depositing your check in your bank account?
by MadMan - a day ago
Borrow the money to renew your ID. Its like 27 bucks. Or you could sign the check over to someone with a bank account. You should have got your ID renewed before it expired.
by Oops suspended again - a day ago
You cannot You will need a valid government or state issued picture ID to cash a check. Borrow $20 or whatever it costs to go get a state ID at the DMV (not a drivers license, it is just an ID) Then, you can cash your check and pay the person back. Don't you have a bank account where you are going to school? That would have helped in this situation. You could have just deposited the money in your bank account and used a debit card.
by Genuine Guidance - a day ago
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