WHAT IS THE CONTINUING OVERDRAFT FEE?
Let’s say that on a Tuesday you overdraw your account by $10 (in other words, by more than $5.00). Tuesday will be the first calendar day we count when determining whether your account will be charged a COF.
If your account remains overdrawn more than $5.00 for an additional 6 consecutive calendar days (in other words, for a total of 7 consecutive calendar days), we will charge a COF to your account following the close of business on the seventh calendar day (the following Monday). This example is illustrated in the table below.
There is an exception to this rule: if the seventh consecutive calendar day your account is overdrawn by more than $5.00 falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or bank-observed holiday, the COF will be charged only if your account remains overdrawn by more than $5.00 at the close of business on the next calendar day we are open for business.
HOW CAN I AVOID THE CONTINUING OVERDRAFT FEE?
You can avoid being charged a Continuing Overdraft Fee by not allowing your account to remain overdrawn more than $5.00 for seven consecutive calendar days. You may check your account balance (and make a deposit to your account) anytime through our online and mobile banking services or by visiting a bank branch during business hours.