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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-06-2013, 02:54 AM
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None taken I've never applied as a group. I know for a fact My county treasurer wants a CID# on checks. They sent back notes with does tags last two years that they will stop processing them in the future without it. It doesn't say whose CID# to use in the digest. The check issuer or all applicants. I know others apply in groups every year just wanted some opinions.
I’d use a different County Treasurer if mine were making demands for information on the check that the law didn’t require in order fro them to issue the license.

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I know for a fact My county treasurer wants a CID# on checks.
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In the digest it does state to put your CID number on the check. I never did in years past. This year I did. I believe this is first year they put that in the digest

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I'm not making work. And it does say to put your CID# on check just wondered if they needed both numbers as it doesn't specify.
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Prob. just want who ever writes check in case it gets lost in the shuffle.
Make it easier to match up with application.
Kinda like putting you account number on your check when paying a bill

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Re: CID # and doe lic

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I’d use a different County Treasurer if mine were making demands for information on the check that the law didn’t require in order fro them to issue the license.

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The law may not require it but writing your CID# on the check is clearly stated in the digest every year. Page 48 this year. It may not be required but we are instructed to do so.

To answer the OP's question, in the past I have only put the CID# of the person that wrote the check in the memo section.

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Taken straight from the digest...hope this clears up any confusion...

General instructions: Application must be mailed in a pink Official Antlerless Deer License Envelope directly to a County
Treasurer (please refer to the addresses listed in this section). You may send your application to any County Treasurer, not
just one located within your WMU preference(s). Do not mail application to the Game Commission. Resident applicants
may apply for first (one only) antlerless deer license beginning July 8. Nonresident applicants may apply for first (one only)
antlerless deer license beginning July 29. Residents and nonresidents may apply for first (one only) unsold antlerless deer
license beginning Aug. 5. See instructions and timetable in this section for applying for antlerless deer licenses in WMUs
2B, 5C and 5D. Residents and nonresidents may
apply for second (one only) unsold antlerless
deer license beginning August 19. At least
one WMU preference must be entered on the
application. If you are applying with others
(group application — limit of three individual
applications per envelope) for the exact same
WMU preferences, submit one check or money
order for all three applications. If applicants
select different WMU preferences, a separate
check or money order for each application
is strongly recommended. Otherwise, all
applications could be rejected if one cannot be
processed due to a selected WMU(s) selling out.
Write your CID number on the check or money
order, which must be in U.S. dollars and payable
to “County Treasurer.” Please print plainly and
remember to sign and date your application.
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First it's always best to follow directions as required to get your tags but JMO unless you make a major mistake in applying, like not signing your check or something like that I doubt you'll have a problem. Keep in mind they want your money and they are not looking for reasons not to take it!!
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