You won’t be able to make payments on your overdrawn account if you exceeded your overdraft limit. Your overdraft limit is determined by your account history. You will be assigned a $100 limit with a monthly deposit of at least $100; a $300 limit with a monthly deposit of at least $300; or a $500 limit with a monthly deposit of at least $500. Please note that the bank might decide not to pay your overdraft as such you will be charged a $29 insufficient funds fee. If the bank does pay your overdraft you will be charged a $29 overdraft fee.
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