Books

  • Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt

    Jeff Michael: Repair Your Credit and Knock Out Your Debt
    I highly recommend this book because I wrote it.

  • Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds

    Edie Milligan: Tips from the Top: Targeted Advice from America's Top Money Minds
    I have about a dozen entries in this book.


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Comments

Personally having challenge with
bank (credit union) that charged
me for 15 "courtesy " overdraft
fees due to premature date deposit of
personal check I issued to real
estate co. Is there any recourse here.
At this point the charges are over
$300 and institution threatenting
to close account (I have been with
them for over 15 years), and never
a problem, AND going to report me to
their Chex X / repository to damage
my credit. Thanks.

I'm not sure what state you're writing from, K, but this may be settled by state law. In CA, it's not legal to post-date a check,(At least, it was last time I dealt with this stuff) so you'd have no recourse there. If your state law is different, you may be able to contact the State Department of Credit Unions and file a complaint. I'd also go to BBB.org and file a complaint with the better business bureau, too.

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