§46A-6D-6. Simulation of checks and invoices.
In connection with a consumer transaction, no person may issue any writing which simulates or resembles:
(a) A check unless the writing clearly and conspicuously disclosed its true value and purpose, and the writing would not mislead a reasonable person; or
(b) An invoice unless the intended recipient of the invoice has actually contracted for goods, property or services for which the issuer seeks proper payment.