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To help prevent insufficient funds (NSF) or overdraft service fees due to unexpected expenses, a personal line of credit[cite::210::cite] may be right for you. Your CB&T Money Reserve Account can give you a personal line of credit to cover occasional overdrafts.
When you need funds for an unexpected expense, simply write a check, visit an ATM, or withdraw money at any of our offices. Your withdrawal will be covered up to the unused portion of your credit limit. Then, repay the loan monthly by automatic charge to your checking account or pay in full at any branch.
There is no charge for Money Reserve until you use it, so why be without it?
How It Works
Money Reserve[cite::210::cite] is a line of credit linked to your CB&T checking account. When you write a check for an amount larger than the balance in your checking account, funds from your Money Reserve will automatically be deposited to your checking account to cover the check – with transfers made in $100 increments.
These deposits will show on your monthly checking account statement, listed as advances from your credit line. Your checking account statement will show a complete summary of Money Reserve activity, including advances, payments, interest charges and interest paid this year.
Up to $25,000; minimum $500
Annual Percentage Rate
Annual percentage rate (APR) 19.80%
$10 per completed transfer. A transfer fee will be charged each time an advance over $10 is made from your Money Reserve Account.
Late Payment Fee