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 (pōst-dāt′, pōst′-)
tr.v. post·dat·ed, post·dat·ing, post·dates
1. To put a date on (a check, for example) that is later than the actual date.
2. To occur later than; follow in time.




(Banking & Finance) (of a cheque) showing a date later than that when the cheque was actually written


[ˈpəʊstˈdeɪtɪd] ADJ [cheque] → con fecha posterior
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Payday lenders do not assess ability to repay, relying instead on a postdated check or on similar access to a borrower's bank account as their assurance that the loan will be repaid.
This sounds like loan-sharking, but predatory payday lending - the practice of issuing small, short-term loans in exchange for a postdated check and a massive fee - is legal in California and 34 other states.
You may not also deposit a postdated check before the date listed on the debtor's check.
These short-term, high-rate loans are also called cash-advance loans, postdated check loans or deferred-deposit cash loans.
Payday borrowers, using a signed a postdated check as collateral, often end up paying more than $800 to borrow $340.
The loan fee was $140, and the Stokers wrote a postdated check for $840.
The customer writes them a postdated check that the check casher won't deposit until there's money to cover it.
Payday lenders make borrowers sign a postdated check for, say, $300 to borrow $255 for two weeks.