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    common expression

    Hi. I would like to know how should I say when I write my cheque and I don't know who's name I need to write on ' pay to the order of '. Thanks!

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    Re: common expression

    "whom do I make it out to?" or sth like this. I heard it before, but really not sure the accuracy of the sentence. Sorry, maybe I shouldn't have even tried.

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    Re: common expression

    Yes, "whom do I make this out to" is fine.

    Also, "Who is the payee?" (YOU are the payer)

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