Dear, the funds WERE available, through your agreement with your bank to provide overdraft protection. That is what 'overdraft protection' is all about. So that your checks do NOT bounce. With a sincere explanation to your bank, they MAY waive all those fees, if you talk nicely and have been a good customer in the past.
by acermill - 16 hours ago
You are out of luck. When you write a check and hand it to someone, the assumption is that you have the money in your account at that time. In fact, many companies now automatically deduct the money electronically, so you hand them the check, they insert it into their register to do the transfer, and hand the check back to you. What you are supposed to do is budget so that you have the money in your account when you write the check.
by philospher77 - 16 hours ago
You have no "rights" here. Send it on the 30th or 31st. If he gets it on the 2nd the world won't come to an end.
by David14 - 16 hours ago
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