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Oops. 

 

The available balance on PERSONAL CHECKING/SAVINGS ACCOUNT ending in XXXX has dropped below $100.

 

And this isn't just an extra checking account at one of those awful kredit younyuns you people told me to join.

 

This is household checking.  👀

 

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But when I logged in around 3:45 am I noticed that they had not yet processed today's payroll DD. 

 

This will resolve itself when all of the transactions are processed and re-sequenced so the deposits actually post before the withdrawals.

 

This is as close as I've come in a long time to becoming an overdraft victim.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, brainchasm said:

Ha!  Something something, never believing another would do that which you cannot conceive doing yourself, something something.

 

 

Completely unrelated, but you just triggered my biennial urge to beg @MarvBear to unhide the infamous scoundrels thread.

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1 hour ago, cv91915 said:

 

Completely unrelated, but you just triggered my biennial urge to beg @MarvBear to unhide the infamous scoundrels thread.

I don't even remember that one.   You will have to give me more to go on to search for.

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9 minutes ago, MarvBear said:

I don't even remember that one.   You will have to give me more to go on to search for.

 

From what I recall someone wrote a lengthy post about some kind of debt incurred at a college, perhaps it was dues that a sorority was trying to collect.

 

She kept calling them scoundrels, but no one agreed with any of the points she was making.  I don't remember it being particularly uncivil, but eventually I think breeze :angel: put the thread out of its misery.

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After much past dismay with a Discovery secured card they finally sent me the graduation email.

 

The account is 4 1/2 years old. I was gonna close it a while back and then just sock drawered it instead.

 

Now I guess I will keep it forever...

 

Because you've shown responsible account management, you're getting your security deposit back.

Based on how you have chosen to receive your deposit back (ACH or check):

 

Your security deposit will be returned by check in the mail within 5-7 business days, or

Your security deposit will be returned via ACH to the selected account in 1-3 business days

 

Your new credit limit is $2,700.00, and your cash line has remained unchanged.

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22 hours ago, centex said:

'grats

 

Does that also represent a CLI for you?

Yes ma'am. From $2500 to $2700.

As much as a pain as they were with 4506 request and taking so long to graduated I am positive 

this card was very crucial in my rebuild. I will keep it around and see if it grows more. Even if it is

only to buy a tank of gas once every few months instead of never using it. :P

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