They can't sue you if the $50 a month payment arrangement is something you both agreed on (and if it is, you should have it in writing or at least a contact name and number). If, however, you're delinquent and the bank wants its money, they have the right to sue. If you have no formal payment arrangement, call the bank, let them know you're doing your best to honor the debt and see if they'll set up a payment arrangement with you. In the end, the bank just wants its money; it's better for them to work with you rather than try to collect on what you don't have. When you sign up at a bank, you sign what's termed a depositor's agreement. That agreement is a contract. To the extent you break any term of that agreement, the bank has a cause of action and they can file suit. However, in reality, I'd be surprised if a legitimate financial institution would go that far for $500. You are likely to be contacted by a bank employee or local law firm threatening such action to encourage you to pay them. You might also be on the hook for additional fees, so it is best to pay it off as quickly as possible, even if you have to use a credit card with a high interest rate. Then you could pay the credit card at a more palatable pace.
"Overdrawn" is the common term used to describe a negative checking account balance.
It will be closed soon....you do not owe that amount
Only a liability if there is overdraft protection in which case the balance can go negative.
Can a checking account be closed when you have a neg balance
The largest single account in the overall balance of payments is, for most countries, the current account.
Yes it will have an effect. It still has your name on it.
A basic balance is the net balance of the combination of a current account and a capital account in a balance of payments.
A balance of payments deficit means there is an imbalance in the balance of payments of a country where the payments the country makes are more than the payments they received. It means the balance of payments is negative. A balance of payments deficit is,when government expenditure is more than government revenue
The bank will probably close your bank account because you have had a negative balance for more than 6 months. This will also hamper your credit history and the future chances of you getting a bank account with them or any other bank.
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The account balance will reflect any payments made into the account providing the account is on real time banking. So if you pay in any cheques the account balance will reflect this. The available balance will take into consideration any earmarks on the debit card which are due to debit and also any cheques you may have paid in that are at the moment still uncleared on the account.
Average balance account
Average Balance account
The amount of money in a checking or a savings account is the balance. The interest is usually based on the balance.
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It depends on your relationship to the deceased and if there was a will.
No, the proper banking term is balance for an amount in a checking account.
If you are not listed as a signer on the account you should receive absolutely no information about that account, including the balance.
That is close to being correct, but not quite. A better phrasing would be, do not leave a large balance in your checking account.
There is a way to earn interest on a checking accounts and can be added to the account. You will have to back through a credit union.
I think it is US $ 500 for a simple checking account. The bank would give you an ATM card and a check book for this account. However if you arrange to have a Direct Deposit (Your Monthly Salary/paycheck) into this account Bank of America waives this minimum balance requirement and you can have it as a Zero-Balance checking account.