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overdraft

[′ō·vər‚draft]
(metallurgy)
Upward curving of a piece of metal after leaving the rolls during forming, due to higher speed of the lower roll.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The BBM chat logs dated September 29, 2014, had revealed how Yu initially contacted Low to remedy the issue of overdrawn accounts, but Low was unable to personally facilitate the issue as he was on board a flight at that time.
Prosecutor Matthew Roberts asked whether seeing the account so overdrawn concerned her.
Overdrawn DLAs have recently come under scrutiny from HMRC, and in particular the practice known as 'bed and breakfasting,' where loans are repaid prior to the nine month deadline to avoid the tax charge, only to be redrawn shortly afterwards.
Disgrace!" Michelle Denham said: "I think the money they charge when you are overdrawn is stupid.
The survey said that young adults are the largest age group to be overdrawn. The survey showed that 46 per cent of 20 to 29-year-olds have overdrawn their current accounts.
Customers who do not opt in for overdraft protection may have one-time debit card transactions or ATM withdrawals declined if their account is overdrawn. The new rules do not affect checks or automatic bill payments.
But the figures are an improvement on when the same research was carried out 12 months ago, when 17% of people said they were permanently overdrawn.
Summary: Halifax has become the latest bank to reduce fees for customers who go overdrawn without permission.
Early this month I got a letter from the bank saying I was overdrawn and was being charged pounds 28.
Banks are trying to ensure direct debits are paid as usual although the transactions can be refused if their payment takes an account overdrawn.
The online data comparison analyst says many customers could be hit for going overdrawn without prior authorisation.