Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by turtle beach, Feb 6, 2009.
yup. but fuck that's a lot of money man
Seriously we changed chequing accounts and had this happen with an outstanding cheque... TD??
who the fuck writes cheques?
Not Randy Moss!
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Is that what they charged you when you bounced a cheque? Or is that the value of the cheque? Or did a cheque someone gave you bounce when you cashed it?
don't bounce cheques?
nah i told the landlord to cash my rent on the 4th not the first but he didn't listen and now I have to pay the 45 bucks. I told him he should pay or that I should take 45 off and he said it was my fault for telling his BROTHER and not him....fucking guy gives me a number that him and his brother use...they sound the same and both are named david....
You're lucky the landlord isn't charging you NSF fees also.
what the hell is that?
It's like poor tax
What the hell is NSF fees??
What you were charged by your back. Non-Sufficient Funds = NSF
The bank will charge you and the person who you wrote the shitty cheque to also has every right to charge you the same amount.
So be thankful you weren't charged $89 total.
My grandmother duh.
She wont send me cash in the mail.
I have to pay my rent with either a cheque or a money order.
And cheques are way cheaper.
Atleast its not a pay cheque
it's not your landlords fault you didn't have your rent on the first...orrrrr is your rent due on the 4th?
you could have AT LEAST made the cheque OUT for the 4th....either way.....it's not really their fault.
I was curious as to what NSF fees were yesterday so I looked it up.
I guess people that rent their place or own a business write a few cheques.
If you wrote me a cheque and it bounced, it would cost me $0 on a personal account. If I had a business account your bounced cheque would cost me like $10~. Companies usually charge $25 Fee plus inconvience fee for a bounced cheque.
Either way your right they usually charge you more than just the fee the bank charges you.
Two brothers named David?
Don't they usually charge more than $25?
Some one wrote me a cheque a few years back that bounced and I got charged by my bank ( I think it was in the $10-20 range)
That could be because it put you in a position where you couldn't cover things coming out of your account so they covered it and charged you a few bucks.
The company can charge whatever they want really, its usually stated in your lease. Its usually an inflated charge being more than what the bank charges them.