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  • noun Plural form of overdraft.

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Examples

  • You authorize Us to debit unpaid fees and overdrafts from the Card account or initiate a draw on a Funding Account as applicable.

    Where do you keep your funds

  • It may be there's a lot of history you've left out, and the overdrafts are a legitimate last straw.

    Carolyn Hax: A costly mistake threatens friendship

  • Rather, the overdrafts are a courtesy -- even though banks will honor virtually all your overdrafts up to a preset limit.

    No Such Thing As A Free Check

  • It may be there's a lot of history you've left out, and the overdrafts are a legitimate last straw.

    Phillies Zone

  • RBS has identified £27bn of credit available to its small, medium and "mid-corporate" customers through arranged overdrafts, which is available, easily accessed, but not being drawn down. wrote:

    BBC Blog Network

  • I've found in my research that about half of fringe banking customers choose to use these services because they fear "hidden" bank fees (such as overdrafts), even though most would actually save money by using banks.

    Matt Fellowes: Payday Lending's Final Payday?

  • Classical students, even in the 1970s, were encouraged to read his translations "overdrafts" he called them from Horace and Lucretius.

    Journalist spies: David Holden, Basil Bunting et al

  • Classical students, even in the 1970s, were encouraged to read his translations "overdrafts" he called them from Horace and Lucretius.

    Peter Stothard - Times Online - WBLG

  • The Better Banking Campaign said between five million and seven million people could not access mainstream credit, such as overdrafts, loans and credit cards, while nearly 1.8 million people do not have a basic bank account.

    Evening Standard - News

  • The Better Banking Campaign said between five million and seven million people could not access mainstream credit, such as overdrafts, loans and credit cards, while nearly 1.8 million people do not have a basic bank account.

    Evening Standard - News

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