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Sample DD Form 2663, Foreign Currency Control Record (back)
DRAWN  ON  A  FOREIGN  BANK/PAYABLE IN  U.S.  DOLLARS  THROUGH  A  FOREIGN BANK.—  The DO endorses these instruments and completes a single SF 215 for the total amount, leaving Block 2 blank. (Block 2, Date Presented or Mailed to the Bank, will be completed by the bank.) The DO mails the endorsed instruments and the SF 215 to the Citibank,  Global  Check  Clearing  Collections,  Hyde Park,  New  York.  Upon  receipt,  Citibank  completes Block 2 of the SF 215 and immediate y credits the total amount  to  the  Treasury  account.  Citibank  then  returns a confirmed copy of the SF 215 to the DO. NOTE: It may take several weeks for Citibank to collect  the  proceeds  of  these  instruments.  If  Citibank determines that the shipment contains uncollectible instruments  or  assesses  collection  charges  (also  called lifting fees), the DO may later receive an SF 5515. We discuss these fees in a subsequent paragraph. DRAWN  ON  A  FOREIGN  BANK/PAYABLE IN  FOREIGN  CURRENCY.—  The DO must also endorse and forward these instruments to Citibank, but the  deposit  procedure  is  different.  A  separate  SF  215  is required  for  each  foreign  currency  instrument.  (Again Block  2  of  the  SF  215  is  left  blank.  Also,  Block  4, Amount, is left blank.) Each SF 215 must show the following   information: The name of the bank on which the instrument is  drawn The  medium  of  exchange The foreign currency amount The date of the instrument Upon collection of the instrument, Citibank will enter the date and U.S. dollar amount on the SF 215 and return the confirmed copy to the DO. UNCOLLECTED CHECKS AND COLLECTION   CHARGES.—  As   mentioned previously,  Citibank  may  find  some  checks  on  foreign banks to be uncollectible, It may also assess charges for processing   some   of   these   instruments.   The   U.S. Treasury has established a minimum amount per check, Figure 5-7.—Sample DD Form 2663, Foreign Currency Control Record (front). 5-12

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