What is postdating a check mean Japanese erotik
People typically postdate checks intending that the recipient not deposit or cash the check until a later date, because payment is not due until that later date. How can a prosecutor win a guilty verdict if the prosecutor must prove that the defendant had the intent to defraud the recipient of the postdated check?
For example, someone might mail a check for a utility bill before payment is due, and put the bill's due date (not the date the check is being written) on the check. In some cases, direct evidence may exist that proves that the defendant wrote the postdated check with the intent to cheat the recipient out of goods or services.
But, what if the check recipient doesn’t listen to my instruction and deposits the check before the written date?
I turned to Wells Fargo and Chase to help me answer that question. A banker said, “Generally, we would try to pay out the fund on the check even if it was post-dated.
If there are multiple occasions of failed check deposits, the bank could even close your account and report you to Chex Systems, a consumer reporting bureau that tracks negative banking history.
Now, if you’re the one writing a post-dated check, just know that it means nothing to post-date a check.
There are no guarantees that the recipient will do the right thing by depositing the check on or after the date shown.
Banks aren't obligated to wait until the date on the check to cash it.
Have you ever deposited a post-dated check before the date shown?