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RedHairedLady

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  1. Go Bank has a habit of putting over two week holds on many checks, even from major issuers, and even if you've been a customer for a long time. I think there are holes in the regulations that allow this. Wow, how ridiculous!!
  2. Be thankful you don't "bank" at a CU then. My teenage daughter has a checking account with Alliant, for her paychecks, since she has a job. I've been a lot more pleased with them than U.S. Bank. But I had a terrible experience with a small local CU a while back, so I won't do my regular banking with any more small name CUs. I'm not a huge fan of big banks either, but at least I can easily get to a big name bank branch, if my account gets screwed up.
  3. That's possible, I would imagine. But I'm mostly convinced that sometimes banks just do ridiculous things without a logical reason.
  4. Thanks everyone! I walked down to the bank today on my lunch break. After that 5 block walk, in this 85 degree humid Cleveland heat, with my asthma flaring up, I was reading to snap at someone, lol. I told the bank teller what happened, and showed her my paystub. She looked at my account, called someone on the phone, and then told me the hold was removed. She said the bank thought the check wasn't going to be honored. Really?! It's a government payroll check!! In any case, thankfully it's fixed. I'm just a lowly public assistance caseworker, and I need my money, lol. Jokes aside,
  5. I wasn't sure what to post this under, so I thought I'd put it here. I started a new job a couple of weeks ago, with my local county government. I got my first paycheck on Friday. A paper check, because it takes 3 pay periods for direct deposit to be set up. I have a checking account with US Bank, that I opened maybe three months ago. I deposited my paycheck in a US Bank ATM on Friday afternoon. US Bank credited my account for $200 immediately, then posted the rest on Saturday. I used my debit card a few times (yes, the evil debit card) a few times over the weekend without a proble
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