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do you bank with chase? because they're a load of bullshit. I hate those assholes. but, that sucking sucks. also, you don't have online statements? cause if you did you could just print them out from home...

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do you bank with chase? because they're a load of bullshit. I hate those assholes. but, that sucking sucks. also, you don't have online statements? cause if you did you could just print them out from home...

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I haven't found it to be that uncommon. I rarely use federal reserve notes since everywhere I go accepts Visa. I've worked as a cashier and had quite a few customers get caught when their credit card wasn't working and they had no other way to pay. One good thing about paying with cash is you notice how quickly you are spending your money.

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Agree with ^. Credit/check/bank cards are so much more convient than counting cash that it's actually getting very common to see people just putting it all in the bank. It's also much safer. Good luch drying off a 50 after you drop it in a puddle. And have fun getting back the money you left on the bus. With a credit card, just pay a few bucks penalty and get a new card. You'll make the penalty back in intrest eventually anyway.

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Yes, and it doesn't turn out very well actually. You're absolutely right about the cotton thing, but soggy bills tend to stick together very snugly, and it tears much much easier. You're right, but I feel the need to sound like I know what I'm talking about. :P

Don't bank with Regions. They sent my checks, debit card, and statement with both account numbers to an address I have never lived at, and most certainly did NOT specify on the paperwork. Oh and since no one lives there now (thank god it's not already sold to a new owner), it sat in the mailbox for like two weeks. AND, the mailbox fell over revealing the easily recognizable check box. -_-

"tinaburrito" just borrow $8 from a family member or from a friend. And if no such luck ask your workplace to give you $8 since their the main cause for that negative balance.

If the OP's paycheck is bouncing, $8 may very well be out of her range. But didn't the bank send you a letter stating that your account was overdrawn or that a check had bounced? I believe they are required to by law.

Banks in Canada suck just as much. I just had to pay $40 to cancel a cheque I wrote that was worth only $30, because the bank where the receiver deposited the cheque lost it.

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