Problem ID: 7890577139075833548
Entered by: Ben Simo

Insufficient Funds

A friend received the following insufficient funds notice from her bank. Is there a problem here?

The bank returned her rent check due to insufficient funds when there was sufficient money in the account to cover the check. The notice from the bank also indicates that there were sufficient funds in the account.

If bank software can't do simple math, we're in big trouble.



May 16, 2012 at 9:03 AM  
Comment ID: 5934524030532730870
Written by: Unknown

it subtracted the balance to the check amount. awesome math. Next time she should "really" overdraft, so she can issue checks more than her balance and the bank will probably honor it

May 16, 2012 at 9:04 AM  
Comment ID: 3863498701735520984
Written by: George Dinwiddie

So it appears, Perze. But if the bank can't get a minus sign right, what gives us confidence that ANY of the information is correct?

May 24, 2012 at 5:39 AM  
Comment ID: 5576576958683302583
Written by: ezeetester

What could be the issue is the balance is not being considered in this case. It's some other amount that is causing the issue.

May 24, 2012 at 7:57 AM  
Comment ID: 7514552104717365593
Written by: Ben Simo

Why should some amount other than the balance be considered? If this is the case, why should the notice offer an amount other than what is considered for consideration?

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