Without a specific expiration date noted, a check doesn't expire.(continuing my own thought) This is because a check is essentially my promise to reimburse you for .
Further, I would prefer everyone would hold my checks for ten years.
This payment processing service is offered to You on behalf of your Biller ("Service").In the interim, inflation will make it worth less for the recipient than when I wrote the check, and will have earned interest for me to boot. Not sure of the laws in the US; however, in Canada, checks are not legal tender.Technically, even on the date they were written, the banks still don't legally have to accept them - believe it or not. However, keep in mind, that if this is from an employer they are legally obligated to pay you any monies owed - regardless of time frame.These are ideal for people who do not have the means or desire to try and get a typical loan through a bank.When you apply in person, you will need to postdate a check for whatever amount you have been authorized to borrow, plus all applicable finance fees.