DPX has two Check Expiration options – the standard option of 90 days is set as a default when the checking account is added. If you have a business or regulatory need to extend that period, DPX also offers a 180 day expiry date.
Once established for each checking account, this “Void after” date is printed on all DPX payments (eChecks and Print+Mail) issued from that account. The check expiration date also determines the amount of time eCheck payment retrieval links (the links payees receive in the Delivery Notification emails) are valid.
If you have questions or want to switch your account to use the 180 day expiration date, contact DPX Customer Support.
Note: the “Void after” date that appears on DPX check payments follows the Federal guidelines for checks. This does not, however ensure bank acceptance. By law, banks are required to honor checks for up to six months. After that, bank acceptance policies may vary.