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What happens if I write a cheque and there is not enough money to cover it?
Non-sufficient funds and overdraft protection
If you write a cheque that overdraws your account, TD Canada Trust is not obligated to pay it. The cheque is then returned, non-sufficient funds (NSF), to the person or company who tried to cash it via their financial institution.
In this situation, the fee we would charge for an NSF cheque is $48.00 (labeled NSF Fee on your statement). The payee may also charge you a fee for this.
Enjoy peace of mind with one of these convenient Overdraft Protection options:
-Overdraft Protection ($4.00 per month).
-Pay As You Go Overdraft Protection ($5 per overdraft transaction to a maximum $5 per day).
Please note: Interest for either form of Overdraft Protection is 21% per annum. Fees subject to change.
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