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I've scheduled for Fev/20th a CA$215.00 transfer to your bank account.
is it fine, please?
If I say "on", doesn't it mean that Feb/20th is the date in which I scheduled the transfer?
I('ve) scheduled a transfer... on Feb/20th.
What I actually want to convey is that I have already scheduled a transfer (in a past date) and that it (the transfer) will occur on Feb/20th. Then "I've scheduled a transfer for Feb/20th".
What do you think, please?
I agree. The transfer is scheduled FOR February 20th.
Which one is clearer, please?
I've scheduled for Feb/20th a CA$215.00 transfer to your bank account.
I've scheduled a CA$215.00 transfer to your bank account for Feb/20th.
Do you think that commas could/should be used before and after "for Feb/20th" in order to stand it out, please?
I would say "I've scheduled a transfer to your account of [dollar amount] for [date of the transfer].
There's no need for commas. If you need to emphasize the date, you could do this:
The transfer of [amount] to your account has been scheduled for [date].