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On May 31, 2014, Checking Account Advance will be discontinued. Existing customers may continue to take advances through May 30, 2014, based on current eligibility requirements.
Customers who have an outstanding balance on May 31, 2014, will receive extended repayment terms. These new terms include:
For details of the upcoming changes to Checking Account Advance, refer to the Agreement and the Frequently Asked Questions. Customer communications regarding the changes begin with the March checking account statement.
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If you're a checking account customer with an unexpected expense, you can immediately advance funds from your next Direct Deposit1 into your U.S. Bank Checking account. For complete information about our Checking Account Advance service, review the Guide, the Agreement and the Frequently Asked Questions prior to the use of the service.
"Direct Deposit" means an electronic deposit of funds into your Associated Checking Account, including, reoccurring electronic deposits (such as payroll deposits, Social Security deposits, interest income, etc.) and one-time electronic fund transfers into your Associated Checking Account (such as tax refunds, funds transfers from another bank, etc.), excluding ATM deposits. Learn more about direct deposit.
You are eligible if you have been a customer with a deposit account for at least 6 months, have eligible monthly direct deposits of $100 or more and your checking account is in good standing.
If your checking account is overdrawn, your minimum advance amount must bring your account to a $0 balance.