M&M Bank encourages customers to manage their financial affairs in a manner that reflects sound judgment and responsibility. From time to time, an item may be presented for payment on an account that does not have sufficient funds. A significant amount of charges can result from overdraft and nonsufficient funds (NSF) fees. The following alternatives are provided to help you understand options that can help reduce or eliminate overdraft and NSF fees.
Make a deposit to your account before incurring an overdraft / NSF fee of $35.00 per item. A transfer from another account or credit card advance may be a means of making a deposit.
Charges may apply to transfers and/or cash advances.
M&M Bank offers a line of credit for overdraft protection to eligible customers subject to credit approval. Overdraft items are paid up to a pre-approved limit. These credit lines are assessed a
$2.00 monthly fee and interest accrues on any unpaid balances.
M&M Bank offers a link from your savings account for overdraft protection. Overdraft items are paid up to the balance of your savings account. There is a $3.00 fee each time a transfer is required to cover an overdraft.
M&M Bank offers a discretionary overdraft privilege service on eligible accounts. Each item presented without sufficient funds is subject to an overdraft / NSF fee of $35.00 per item.
Customers who are unable to clear overdraft balances in deposit accounts within 35 calendar days may be eligible for a M&M Bank Fresh Start Loan. Certain terms and conditions apply. Please ask any M&M Bank associate for more details.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OVERDRAFT & NONSUFFICIENT FUNDS (NSF) FEES
Merchants & Marine Bank charges a $35.00 fee for each item presented against insufficient funds, whether that item is paid or returned. This fee will be imposed for overdrafts or insufficiencies created by checks, ACH, Point-of-Sale, ATM withdrawals, in-person withdrawals, or by other electronic means. An overdrawn balance must be repaid within 40 days.
Transactions may not be processed in the order in which they occurred and the order in which transactions are received and processed may impact the total amount of fees incurred on your account. Checks are paid in numerical (check number) sequence with priority given to ATM transactions and electronic items. Some checks may be processed as electronic items.