The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office is looking for individuals and businesses who are owed restitution from worthless checks. Please click on the link below to see if you are owed restitution from a check written on non-sufficient funds or a closed account.
If your name appears on the list please follow the instructions below or call the Mobile County Check Enforcement Unit at 251-574-8400.
If you are an individual who is owed funds from a worthless check please mail a copy of the form below and a copy of your Drivers License to: The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office, Check Enforcement Unit, P.O. Box 1605, Mobile, AL 36633-1605
- Drivers License
- Current and former address
- Phone Number
In cases where the restitution check needs to be reissued in another name, the Mobile County District Attorney requires a copy of your driver’s license and the additional appropriate legal documentation:
- Businesses that are closed, sold, or transferred in good standing are required to produce the FDBA Name, Mailing Address, and Phone Number for whom the check is to be made out to, as well as a Legal Copy of the appropriate Article representing the status of the business:
- Article of Dissolution
- Article of Acquisition
- Article of Merger
- Individuals representing someone who is incapacitated or deceased are required to produce the Name, Mailing Address, and Phone Number of the person for whom the check is to be made out to, as well as the Legal Copy of the appropriate document representing the situation:
- Proof of Power of Attorney
- Death Certificate and Proof of Inheritance or Proof of Executorship