We will charge you a fee of $36 each time we pay an overdraft, with a limit of 4 charges per day.
Also, a $7 fee may be assessed each day your account remains overdrawn for a period of 5 or more consecutive calendar days, up to a maximum of $98.
How much will PNC Bank let you overdraft?
A $36 overdraft fee if it pays or a $36 returned item fee if it declines. A maximum of $144 in overdraft or returned item fees, or four per day. A maximum of $98 in continuous overdraft fees — or $7 per day for up to 14 days — if your account stays in the red for more than five consecutive calendar days.
Does PNC let you overdraft at ATM?
Your ATM and everyday (one-time) debit card transactions will be declined in the event of an overdraft, unless you have PNC Overdraft Protection. Our standard overdraft practice will continue to be in effect for your checks and automatic bank payments.
How much money does Wells Fargo let you overdraft at ATM?
Fee: $35 is the standard overdraft charge. Limit: Three fees per day, for a maximum of $105. Unlike some banks, Wells Fargo charges no continuous overdraft fee if your account remains in the red for multiple days.
Can I overdraft at an ATM?
The Overdraft Protection Law prohibits banks from automatically charging their account holders overdraft fees from ATM withdrawals and one-time debit charges. Consumers can opt-in to an overdraft coverage and service if the bank offers overdraft protection. Banks can still charge an overdraft fee to such transactions.
How much money can I withdraw from PNC ATM?
Average Daily ATM Withdrawal Limits and Debit Purchase Limits
|Bank||Daily ATM Withdrawal Limit||Daily Debit Purchase Limit|
|Bank of America||$1,500||$5,000|
|PNC||$500||$2,000 with PIN, $5,000 non-PIN|
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Can I overdraft my PNC smart access card?
No overdraft/credit feature. If you have questions related to your PNC SmartAccess account, visit pnc.com/smartaccess, call 866-304-2818 or write to PNC Bank c/o Visa Inc., USCS P.O. Box 026098, Miami, Florida 33102-6098. For general information about prepaid accounts, visit cfpb.gov/prepaid.