(c) Sharing quarters or office space, or having a common waiting room with a practicing attorney or a lender.
Many people post-date checks for everything from car payments to rent, and they think they’re safe because the bank can’t cash the check before the date written on it, right? If you try this ploy you could end up with an overdrawn checking account, an angry payee and a ding to your credit.
(f) Soliciting, purchasing, or receiving an assignment of a claim for the sole purpose of instituting an action on the claim in a court.
(g) Advertising or threatening to advertise for sale a claim as a means of forcing payment of the claim, unless the collection agency is acting as the assignee for the benefit of creditors or acting under an order of a court.
If you want to make a person-to-person payment on a particular future date it may be preferable to set up a standing order or one-off automated payment using online, mobile or phone banking services.
To do this you will need the recipient’s account name and number, and sort code.