Overdraft fees

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  1. clopper

    clopper Regular Member

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    Just got a $39 fee off a $1.25 overdraft on one of my business accounts, wtf. How can the FTC attempt to destroy my business but allow the banks to steal $39 from me when I deposit the balance the same day?

    EDIT: I'm not a deadbeat, just forgot to account for the monthly $5 fee when writing the check
     
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  2. CallItLikeIseeIt

    CallItLikeIseeIt BANNED BANNED

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    Its all in their terms of service. :D
     
  3. clopper

    clopper Regular Member

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    it is, as is the case in most rebills but when i signed it was only $15
     
  4. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    This is why I leave a $100 buffer in my personal and business checking accounts
     
  5. clopper

    clopper Regular Member

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    When you have more than 40 accounts it doesn't make sense to keep $100 in each