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I have $452 in my checking account and I was told that I only had to pay $432 for my tuition and now its saying I owe $506.00, that's besides the point. My tuition is due monday morning and Ive paid my tuition before without having the full amount and now its not letting me pay because I'm $70 short. I don't get paid untio monday morning. Hopefully I'll be able to pay for my classes then. Is this normal for wells fargo? I hope this question makes sense, like I said I've always been able to pay for my tuition or other payments online, but it's not letting me.
You probably need to sign up for overdraft protection now. Wells Fargo and other banks have stopped the thing called direct deposit advance. Where one could take an "advance" a few days before payday. Essentially - a kind of overdraft. Interest was charged and the banks determined this was kind of a "payday loan" type of business and stopped doing it. So that is probably why you were able to do it before - and can't now. So I'm sure it will let you pay it online - just now you have to have the entire amount in account and can't "borrow" from a future payday.
It depends on your daily OD limit systematically set. If you are referring to debit card over draft there is case law out of ohio that makes that harder for you. You'll need to go to a branch and ask that they op you in to debit card overdraft service (assuming your checking account is eligible). The case law was in 2011 for Debit Card OD Services. The Daily OD limit was at least pre-2010
Just apply for a credit card and use that to pay. You can pay off the credit card right after you receive your paycheck.