Dishonored checks may be presented to financial institutions, physically or by re-presentment, no more than a combination of three times. For example, if a check is dishonored after the first presentment, it may be re-presented electronically up to two additional time. Only the face amount of the check can be re-presented and collected. The collection fee/service fee cannot be added to the initial check amount when that check is re-presented; it must be a separate entry to the check writer's account and in Wyoming the check writer must receive written notice of the collection fee.
If a person chooses to electronically collect the dishonored check collection fee, the collection must adhere to:
Wyoming Statute 33-11-101 through 116 - Wyoming Collection Agencies Act,
Wyoming Statute 1-1-115- Wyoming Civil Liability for Unpaid Checks,
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act,
Regulation E of the Federal Reserve System, and
NACHA Operating Rules
Check Representment Article dated July 24, 2003 PDF format