Post Dated Cheque-Valid or not in Malaysia?

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asked on Mar 26, 2017 at 15:40
by   Termoo Emon
Hello everyone, I just resigned from my job last 2 months because not getting my salary, and I already make a report to Pejabat Tenaga Kerja on the company that did not pay my salary.

Just yesterday, she (the manager) call me and said that the company will send Post Dated Cheque (PDC) by the date of 10/4/2017, even I already resign by 19/2/2017.

After I make some reading in internet, I found that this PDC is quite risky, and I may not getting my payment, right? So, is this PDC is valid and applicable within the banking law in Malaysia??

And, if after the 'so call' PDC issue date (10/4/2017) the cheque cannot be deposited, do I still have chance to get back my money? Or what would the bank do if it happened that I got this problem??

Thanks guys for your attention, and I really hope you guys could answer my question.
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answered on Apr 3, 2017 at 03:18
by   jeff005
Post dated cheque is valid on the date stated.
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