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Old 02-23-2009, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Search returns nothing. I'm tired of being told @ the bank to keep a register for my debit card when the real reason I overdraw is because their online banking is complete BS and never gives you an accurate number compared to how much money you actually have available. Alas, if I had a register to show these idiots then maybe they would STFU. Any recommendations?
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even if there was an app for this (which there very well may be), i highly doubt showing your phone to bank personnel would be enough to convince them to waive any fees they've nailed you with.

my advice would be to switch banks. i'm with chase, and their online banking is great. you can also set up e-mail alerts whenever your balance reaches a certain amount. i'm sure any large bank would offer these features. last year i made the switch from a mom-and-pop bank, and haven't looked back
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I have been using jabplite and I love it. You can have multiple accounts. Its super simple once you get used to it. And its free.
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I second Chase Online. Enrolled with them back in the days of Win 95 and never had a problem - not once.

You can pay your bills, set up auto pay, check balances and pending payments - all for free. Some checking account versions may require direct deposit from your employer.

Then sign up for Chase Mobile and do the same on your BB when you're at the beach.

So the next time you bounce a check it will be your fault only.

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