Yes you can. Please cross your cheque and make it payable to “FortyTwo Pte Ltd”. All cheques must be signed and written legibly with the correct date and payment amount.
For cash cheques, kindly ensure that the cheque is not crossed and the words “Or Bearer” is not deleted.
Please be reminded that you are required to sign an acknowledgement form indicating that you have read and agree to the “Terms & Conditions for Payments via Cheque”. The acknowledgement form will be provided to you by our delivery team during delivery. In addition, you will need to produce your NRIC/Passport/Driving Licence/Work Permit to our Delivery Team for verification purposes in regards to the acknowledgement form.
If the circumstance of a dishonoured (bounced) cheque were to arise, a fee of S$50 will be charged to you per dishonoured cheque. Cheques can be dishonoured (bounced) for various reasons. To avoid incurring unnecessary costs, please ensure the cheque meets the following conditions for cheque clearing by the bank.
• Having sufficient funds in your bank account
• Crossing your cheque where appropriate
• Writing “FortyTwo Pte Ltd” and amount payable clearly
• Avoid writing post-dated cheques
|Terms & Conditions for Payments via Cheque|
|1. Customers who wish to make payment via cheque must ensure that the cheque is eligible for cheque clearing by the bank. If the circumstance of a dishonoured (bounced) cheque were to arise, a fee of S$50 will be charged to the customer per dishonoured cheque.|
|2. In accordance to the Singapore Penal Code, Chapter 224, Section 415. Whoever, by deceiving any person, whether or not such deception was the sole or main inducement, fraudulently or dishonestly induces the person so deceived to deliver any property to any person, or to consent that any person shall retain any property, or intentionally induces the person so deceived to do or omit to do anything which he would not do or omit to do if he were not so deceived, and which act or omission causes or is likely to cause damage or harm to any person in body, mind, reputation or property, is said to “cheat”. Cheating is punishable by law with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 3 years, or with fine, or with both. You acknowledge that any behaviour that constitutes cheating is liable to be reported to the relevant authorities for prosecution.|
|3. The Terms & Conditions for Payment via Cheques exist together with the Law of Singapore. Any aspect that is not covered by these Terms and Conditions is subject to the Law of Singapore.|
|4. FortyTwo Pte Ltd reserves the right to reject any cheque at its full discretion and is under no obligation to disclose the reason(s) for the decision.|