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Tri City now offers 24-hour personal check reordering and online order status information through Harland Clarke's Checks Center. Our online service provides you with the ability to reorder your checks in a secure environment!

Checks reordered online will: 

  • Be the same style as your last order.
  • Have the exact name and address as your last check order.
  • Have the next sequence in check numbers.
  • Be delivered to the same mailing address as your last check order.
  • The last check order must have been placed less than 18 months ago.

Reorder Checks

Verify the status of your recent check order — even if you don't order online!

Verify Order Status

When entering your checking account on the Harland website, please enter all 8 digits of your account number. If your checking account number is 6 digits long, it must be preceded by 2 zeros. If it is seven digits long, it must be preceded by 1 zero. If your account number is 8 digits long (the maximum it can be), no addition zeros are required. Example: if your account number is 123456 it must be entered on Harland’s website as 00123456. If your account number is 1234567 it must be entered 01234567.

For 50+ Checking Customers:

50+ checking customers that place their check orders online or by phone, will be charged for the check order. Please mail in a check re-order form or place a check order at a branch to receive your free check order.

If you need to make any of the following changes to your order, please reorder through your Tri City Customer Service Representative.

  • Personal information
  • Check style
  • Starting check number 

Orders mailed to an APO, FPO or foreign address must be placed through a Tri City Customer Service Representative.

Online Banking:

You can also reorder checks through our online banking product, TriLine. When logged in to TriLine, choose the Customer Service tab. When the Customer Service Index appears, click on Order Checks under Account Services. This will redirect you to the website for our check printing company, Harland Clarke.