State Employees Credit Union
September 8, 2010 by staff
What it does is give you NCSECU a separate account that contains a little extra money in it. When you make a withdrawal, or write a check for more money taking into account public employees union credit the second account is used to make a difference. If enough of this account to cover the excess amount, as customers do not pay an overdraft.
This banking NCSECU has been proposed for over 20 years, but recent updates using technology to expand programs to stop overdraft.
This is where “Another Chance” comes into play. Now checking account holders will receive a text message when there are insufficient funds in your account to cover the purchase or payment. Account holder at the end of the day to deposit money into your account to cover the difference.
Sue Douglas, SECU Senior Vice President of Operations, said: “He was never in the center of SECU members benefit from mistakes, and we are confident that our efforts over the past two years as a result of an overall plan that minimizes the returned items and any potential fees of its members. Another Chance is an excellent complement to the continuing work being SECU financial education in practice, and keep the money he belongs – in the pockets of its members!
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