verb-transitive: To draw against (a bank account) in excess of credit.
verb-transitive: To pull back too far: overdraw a bow.
verb-transitive: To spoil the effect of by exaggeration in telling or describing.
verb-intransitive: To make an overdraft.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Reyes acknowledges making a mistake but says she doesn't understand why the bank would let her repeatedly overdraw her account without immediately notifying her.
SunTrust (STI), meanwhile, is starting to charge customers a higher fee when they overdraw multiple times.
However, she mistakenly transferred money into savings, causing her to overdraw her checking account.
For instance, SunTrust began charging in May a higher fee on its basic checking if customers overdraw multiple times — similar to what banks have done with late fees on credit cards.
"For example, there may be disruptions in the timing of various federal benefit payments that could cause some customers to inadvertently overdraw their checking accounts, and we will encourage national banks to work with their customers and exercise judgment related to overdraft or penalty fees."