We do that with the style and format of our responses.You postdate a check by writing a future date on it.To defraud someone in such a way for goods and services is illegal in all states.Punishment for perpetrators varies from state to state, but includes fines, probation and imprisonment, depending on the severity of the fraud, as well as restitution to the person, people or entity defrauded.
These words appear in red, and are graded with stars.
Federal law regarding postdated checks relates to debt collection.
For example, it prohibits debt collectors from accepting checks postdated more than five days away, unless the debt collector has notified the check writer in writing it will do so.
Your request should include the recipient's name, your account and check numbers, and the check's amount.
Check recipients can either decide to accept or not accept a post-dated check.