Yes. A check can get returned for many reasons. The most popular reasons are below and how they can be prevented:
Unable to Locate: The bank was unable to locate your customers bank. This can be prevented by filling in the correct address on file with your customers bank, routing number, and account number.
Refer to Maker: This means the check needs to be returned to the issuer of the check. This usually occurs because the information was incorrect on the check. Please make sure the name and billing address is correct. Often times the check recipient will write a clients current address but not the actual billing address that is set up by the clients bank.