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You say that you "saw" the sentence, but the sentence as written does not make sense. Do you mean that you heard the sentence?
The word "abound" is not correct in this context, perhaps you misheard it.
When a cheque is rejected by the bank (often because there is not enough money in the account) it is said to have "bounced".
"I can't do business with Mr Smith, the last two cheques he wrote for me bounced".
Sometimes people say that the cheque "bounced back".
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