When a check or payment has been deposited into a bank account, and then is subsequently rejected and returned (bounced), the return needs to be processed differently than just voiding the payment.
Go to Sales > Deposits and click on the Wizards button on the bottom right.
Choose Process Returned
Check to open the following wizard:
Fill in the information that will be helpful in locating
the desired check. Putting in only a customer ID will bring up all
payments from that customer, putting in only a check number will bring
up payments from all customers with that check number, and putting
in only a date or range of dates will show all payments in those dates.
Any combination of the three helps to narrow down the search. Click
on Next to bring up the list
of payments that meet the selected criteria.
Select the correct check from the list and click Next.
Enter the date for the return to take place. This date defaults to the payment date, but should be changed to the date that the bank made the correction to your account. When you click on Finish, the bank account will be deducted by that amount and the check will be available in your cash account to redeposit. If the check is void and will not be redeposited, click Yes on the question to void the check and make the invoice appear outstanding. If you charge for returned checks, create a second invoice to that customer with the service fee. When you receive the new payment with the service fee added, in Customer Payments select both the original invoice and the service charge invoice to apply the payment to both.