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Presentment Charge

If there are insufficient funds in your deposit account when a debit (for example, a cheque or pre-authorized payment) is processed, a Presentment Charge will be applied as follows:

1) The item may be returned as NSF (non-sufficient funds), and a $48.00 NSF Charge will apply.

2) The item may be paid, allowing it to overdraw the account, and a $5.00 Presentment Charge will apply.

To obtain details of the Presentment Charge, please contact EasyLine telephone banking at 1-866-222-3456 or visit your local branch.

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