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Listed Not Enclosed (LNE)

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ITYP Description | Proper Usage

Listed Not Enclosed (LNE) – An item was listed and included in the cash/return letter total but was not received.

If you discover a LNE, submit an adjustment request to the Federal Reserve.

NOTE: If six or more items are missing from the same bundle, group them together and submit one adjustment request. Otherwise, submit separate adjustment requests for each missing item.

Your Action

Submit an Electronic Case or Adjustment Request Form (PDF).

Information about Listed Not Enclosed reporting time frames and actions.
Reporting Time Frame Federal Reserve Bank Action
Within twenty business days
of the cash/return letter date.
Same day entry - provided requirements are met.*
After twenty business days, but within six calendar months
of the cash/return letter date.
Same day acknowledgement - Provided requirements are met.*
Entry after notification to the offsetting institution. Complete initial research within twenty business days of receiving request to determine the offsetting institution and send notification of intent to pass entry in twenty business days.
After six calendar months, but within one calendar year
of the cash/return letter date.
Same day acknowledgement - Provided requirements are met.*
No entry. Provide source information and advise the requesting institution to deal directly with the offsetting institution.
Respond to request within twenty business days.

Optional Attachments

Unless you are reporting six or more missing items from the same bundle and the dollar amounts and sequence numbers cannot be provided in the comments field (COM1); then a legible copy of the bundle listing with the items circled is required. Otherwise, attachments are not required.

Required Fields

Information about Listed Not Enclosed reporting field names, forms and FedLine messages.
Field Name Paper Form FedLine CA1000 Message
Sender (SNDR) Your institution's ABA #, name, street address, city, phone #, contact name and respondent’s ABA # (if applicable) Auto-fills with your 9-digit ABA #
Receiver (RCVR) Receiving Federal Reserve Bank's name and/or ABA # Federal Reserve Bank ABA # from drop-down list
Investigation Type (ITYP) Listed Not Enclosed (LNE) LNE
Request Type (MTYP) Open (OPEN) Auto-fills with OPEN
Amount (AMT) Amount of the missing item
Request for Entry (ETYP) Credit CR
Sender's Reference # (SREF) Your institution's case # (max of 14 characters)
Contact Information
(CNTC & TELE)
(FedLine only)
N/A Contact name and phone number
FCL & TCL The Federal Reserve sent the cash/ return letter to your institution
FCL - Federal Reserve's ABA #
TCL - Your institution's ABA #
Product Class (PROD) The appropriate cash letter product code 3-character cash letter product code from the drop-down list
Cash Letter or Entry Date (CLED) Date of the cash/ return letter
C/L Total (CLT) Cash/ return letter total in which the requested item should have been contained
Tape Total (TT) Tape/bundle total in which the requested item should have been contained
Sequence # (SEQ) The Federal Reserve’s ISN#
Item Before (IBEF) Dollar amount of the item listed on the cash/return letter detail listing before the requested item. If the requested item is the first item, then enter .01.
Item After (IAFT) Dollar amount of the item listed on the cash/return letter detail listing after the requested item. If the requested item is the last item, then enter .01.

*Same Day Entry/Acknowledgement Requirements

All electronic adjustment requests received by 5:00 p.m. ET with complete information will receive same day entry/acknowledgement. Supporting documentation, commonly referred to as Documents to Follow (DTFs) must be received within five business days of receipt of the electronic request. If the DTF is required and not received within five business days, the request will be resolved back to the requester and any provisional entry will be reversed.

All paper adjustment requests received at the Check Adjustments Centralized Data Entry Site by 11:00 a.m. ET with complete information and documentation.

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Retired Investigation Types

As previously announced, the following investigation types are outdated and have minimal usage. As of May 22, 2017 they have been eliminated.

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