I had money deposited into my acct through acheck this morning to make it positive so i could close it. Well, when i got to the bank to close th acct they already closed it and put he remaining $150 into my savings acct because that was over a well!!! I was planning on getting the $150 back and close my acct, this was all we had this wk, since my husband didnt get a check!! I told her i wasnt aware of my acct closing, this was the assistant branch manager, she said well, it was over drawn and you said yesterday you wanted your acct closed, so good thing is, its closed!! Oh my gosh, i do see where they are coming from i had both accts neg, but she never said tehy were going to do this!! I have -0-$$$$ this wk, what am i going to do??? I have 4 young boys, this really really sucks!! I do have food though, Thank god, but i still have a mrtgage. I told her yesterday that my husbands deposit goes into the savings and there will be a deposit next fri to bring it current she said that would be fine, she never mentioned if i made a deposit they would take it and mve it to my savings and close it before i got there!! Anymore suggestions, besides getting those letters ready to send out, of which i wont be able to afford paying postage on them, so they will have to wait till next week!! thanks wendy
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