We all know that Walmart is the largest retailer in the world; they service millions of consumers every day. Quite a lot of small businesses also purchase materials such as business checks securely from their website. If you have a need to order new business checks this might be the best place to start. Banks have historically overcharged customers on many financial services such as check orders and business deposit slips.
Walmart checks are most likely printed by a third party check printer (as the terms of service on the Walmart Checks website are not covered under the same as Walmart.com). For this reason we recommend going with a more established check printer when you order your business checks online.
Now you can receive quality Walmart business check printing services with the touch of a button and great Walmart prices. There are a variety of formats to choose from:
Manual checks – choose from a variety of styles. Choose three to a page business size checks, three to a page desk size checks or payroll checks for on-demand check writing. You can also get voucher checks in the three to a page format as well.
Laser checks – these are used directly in your computer printer and work with accounting software. Choose from laser wallet checks, check on top laser vouchers or check in middle laser vouchers.
When ordering from the website, browse through all of the Walmart business checks options to ensure that you have covered everything. There will be a variety of check designs or custom options as well. If you choose to, you may order matching labels and checkbook covers with your order. Click through each screen when you’re prompted until you get to the final order page.
Be sure to read through all the information as you proceed through the order. Walmart checks are fairly easy to set up but you want to be sure to follow all directions given. Check orders are usually processed within two business days therefore you can be assured of speedy delivery.
Be sure to check off whether you need singles or duplicates as well as box size. Take note that many options have drop-down boxes from which to choose additional options. Click the “add to cart” button when you’re done.
Be sure that you’ve entered in all the proper information and then you can proceed to the checkout or click continue shopping if there is something you’ve forgotten to add to your order.
It is important to consider careful attention to detail when entering all the requested information needed to print your checks. Follow the prompts and enter the fields as indicated; for instance customer name should match what is on your checking account. Review the routing number and account number after entry to ensure that they are correct.
You’ll be asked to enter the check number that you would like your check order to start with so have your last box of checks handy to ensure continuity. Proceed on through to any customization options that you have elected to apply. Give you order a preview and click “approve” when you’re satisfied. When everything is finished to your satisfaction, go ahead and enter your payment information. Choose your shipping options as well. You’ve successfully purchased your Walmart business checks.
When I first started my business, I was stuck on the blue pinstripe business checks. Although I had spent a lot of time energy and money establishing a look for my company, the only options I had in terms of checkbook styles were flowers, nature scenes and the tried and true blue grey pattern. Years later, I discovered that printing companies allowed you to create custom business logo checks. They cost an arm and a leg back then.
NOTE: Any business checks can be printed with your logo.
Now I can get my business logo checks for less than what the banks charged me for basic blue grey pinstripe. If you go online and open up your favorite search engine, you can find those companies that offer logos by searching for “business logo checks”. You would be surprised at how many large business support printers offer this free of charge. Just be sure to have your logo in a format that is acceptable to the printing company and upload when you’re ready to place your order.
If you’re a new business, you’ll find that quite a few of the companies offer logo design as part of their service. If you’re currently using a company and never really considered business logo checks, I would recommend looking a little closer at their website to see if they promote it as one of their options.
Your logo is important because it represents your business. It is a short cut for your promotional material. Branding is a significant part of marketing because it shapes the views of the general public and especially your target market. When your checks are delivered to a vendor or organization, it represents your identity. This is definitely not something you’ll want to short change. Your checks like your business cards are a proxy that takes your place when you’re not there to represent yourself.
This option is usually available on a variety of business check styles because different businesses have different needs. Look for this as a free option on the business check websites and look for their specials. There’ll also be available on desktop checks, and a Three-On-One check sheets. Look at little further to see if they offer the option to place your logo on desktop covers, double window business check envelopes, seven ring check binders or pre-inked stamps.
If you have your image consistently appear on all your stationary and business material shows a level of professionalism. Even more important is the fact that your competition may have already established this as part of their marketing program. If you’re using an accounting software and wish to produce laser checks, look to see if they can place your logo within that format.
NOTE: Any business checks can be printed with your logo.
You may be saying to yourself, what’s the big deal about having your logo on everything? It’s all about customer perception. Just because you’re sending money to someone doesn’t mean that they’re not in the market for what you sell. Every piece of paper that goes out with your image on it is a salesperson.
Last updated: July 25, 2016