How much money can I deposit weekly into my debit account?
Im getting ready to open up my own checking/debit account at Nevada state bank. i already have a savings account there. I have over 100 saved up which is just enough to put into the bank. I don't get paid much and I'm wondering if the bank will be okay with me only putting in twenty a week? Or should I save up for a few more weeks and add more until I can get a better job and start putting in more?
Asked By: Europeancutie922 - 7/3/2010
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i think you will be able to pay in whatever you want, whenever you want. The more money thats in your bank account, the more money the bank makes. so i wouldnt thought there would be a limit
Answered By: Mike - 7/3/2010
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My kids when the were younger would take their allowance into the bank and only deposit $3 to $5 dollars.Not a problem.
Answered By: Karen - 7/3/2010
You can put as much as you want in there no matter what. That is what your account is for. They cannot say you need to put in more money.
Answered By: Antonia Roberts - 7/3/2010
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