Terms Used In Florida Statutes 560.405
- Deferred presentment provider: means a person who is licensed under part II or part III of this chapter and has filed a declaration of intent with the office to engage in deferred presentment transactions as provided under part IV of this chapter. See Florida Statutes 560.103
(1) The deferred presentment provider or its affiliate may not present the drawer’s check before the end of the deferment period, except for a missed scheduled payment for a deferred presentment installment transaction that has not been otherwise deferred pursuant to s. 560.404(23), as reflected and described in the deferred presentment transaction agreement.
(2) Before a deferred presentment provider presents the drawer’s check, the check must be endorsed with the name under which the deferred presentment provider is doing business.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), in lieu of presentment, a deferred presentment provider may allow the check to be redeemed at any time upon payment of the outstanding transaction balance and earned fees. However, payment may not be made in the form of a personal check. Upon redemption, the deferred presentment provider must return the drawer’s check and provide a signed, dated receipt showing that the drawer’s check has been redeemed.
(4) A drawer may not be required to redeem his or her check in full before the agreed-upon date; however, the drawer may choose to redeem the check before the agreed-upon presentment date.