Ultraseal Check C Fold 8.5x11"

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Ultraseal Check C Fold 8.5x11"
8 1/2 X 11 - 28# White Laser Bond
Standard C-Fold Perfs and Configuration
Void Pantograph
Back Printed Black and Opaque White
1000 Per Case

SKU: RPS811CR, RPS811CB

Ultraseal Check C Fold 8.5x11" Blue

$75.00
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Ultraseal Check C Fold 8.5x11" Red

$75.00
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  • Buy 5 for $56.00 each and save 26%
  • Buy 10 for $53.00 each and save 30%
  • Buy 20 for $45.00 each and save 40%
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Description

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8 1/2" X 11" - 28# White MICR Bond Paper Standard C-Fold Perfs and Configuration Shrink wrapped in 500's with chipboard - 1000 Sheets per Case. Security Features Include: Anti-Splice Backer, Copy-Void Pantograph, Endorsement Warning, Image Friendly Amount Box, Micro Printing, Padlock Security, Security Blockouts and Simulated Watermark. Shrink wrapped in 500's with Chip Top and Bottom with Tear Strip Poly 1000 Per Case
Additional Information

Additional Information

Size Letter (8.5 x 11)
Check Size No
Weight No
Canadian Compliant No
Multi-Up Check No
Direction No
Multi-Up IRDs No
Number of Security Features No
Window No
Fold C
Perforations No
Check Location No
Order Upload ? No

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