I was not aware of Bank of America's system. I made a few debit card purchases one day as well as a cash withdrawl over the weekend. Monday I am preparing to go put cash into my bank account because I wrote a large check and wanted to make sure I compensated knowing I was going to probably overdraft. Well Bank of America dropped the large check into my account before all of the debits as well as the withdraw, so I got 7 overdraft charges. Pretty ridiculous. I have direct deposit, and I want to STOP the payment to that account until I have this rectified. I've talked to a Bank of America branch person as well as Bank of America on the phone and they were not willing to do anything for me. If this check is deposited into my account it is going to eat up a lot of my check and I dont want them to just take my money because they will not want to work with me at all since they get paid.
The branch manager claims he put a hold on my account at my request, but I really feel like he only stopped my debit card. I dont want any payments going in or out. I've tried to do a bit of research on here but havent found the exact problem I'm experiencing. This is urgent because my check is going to clear into my account asap.
and ive already contacted my company's HR and they claim its too late, but I feel like they are just too lazy there because we have like 15000 employees and dont want to be bothered with just one.
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