Originally Posted by Kodiak450r
i have overdraft protection but that only works when you HAVE money in your savings. which i don't. lets see 1200 a month income and 1500 a month in utility bills, gas, some food, and house payment. kinda hard to not spend what you don't have. and overdraft protection from National city they charge you 15 each time you have to use it.
Don't buy this
stop spending money you don't have, and then you won't blame the institution you agreed to pay if you used their money.
on another note, I have chase, and I have a overdraft account attached to my checking. Looking at their website, it appears that I'm not charged a fee if they have to go into there, but it appears to be very high interest.
hahaha, damnit. whiterhino beat me to it, I should have read the replies.