What is postdating check
Postdating is to put a date on the check for some time in the future, not the current date.Technically a check is a contract, so if a person took a check into the bank and it was dated for tomorrow, they could not cash it. Writing a post dated check in Pennsylvania is perfectly legal as long as the person to whom you give the check does not submit it for cashing before the date you put on your check.In other words, a customer who has properly notified the bank of the postdated check can sue the bank for cashing the customer’s postdated check before the postdate if the bank’s action causes the customer loss, such as causing other checks to bounce.
Post-dated checks are technically illegal throughout the entire US.
A postdated check is a check with a future date written on it.