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How much will hsbc let me go overlimit?

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Anyone know how much can I go overlimit on my current acc. before they start to worry? I was sick and company I am working for is not going to pay me for that period so my direct debits will make my … Read More
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Anyone know how much can I go overlimit on my current acc. before they start to worry?
I was sick and company I am working for is not going to pay me for that period so my direct debits will make my acc overlimit, wondering how much will they let me go overlimit before they block acc.
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Phone and arrange a overdraft
#2
jeany123
Phone and arrange a overdraft


already got overdraft and don't think they will increase it
#3
They shouldn't technically let you go too overdrawn, as jeany says phone for an authorised overdraft or you will end up in a real mess
#4
Dreraf
already got overdraft and don't think they will increase it


They increased mine no bother, but i'm with lloyds TSB
#5
if you go over the agreed limit you will be charged.
#6
vengod
if you go over the agreed limit you will be charged.


yeah I know £25 but don't know how much can I go overdrawn, my direct debits are about £600 :?
#7
Still phone and tell them they might increase it for you its worth a try
#8
yeah if there direct debits they will probably allow 1 or 2 but you will face charges for going over
#9
http://www.penaltychargesforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=48838

ring them - they will charge if you go overdrawn

if they wont increase your overdraught - even for 3 months
cancel all your direct debits and standing orders - ring the company involved and apologise

hope you get straight soon
#10
jeany123
Still phone and tell them they might increase it for you its worth a try


I tried to increase it online but had no luck with it so don't think this will change anything if I phone them
1 Like #11
Dreraf
I tried to increase it online but had no luck with it so don't think this will change anything if I phone them


it's still better if you let them know
1 Like #12
Or call in to your local branch and ask to speak to a customer advisor?

Explain the situation and see what they can do for you xx
#13
Thanks all, will call them tomorrow and see if they can help, but really don't have a clue how to get out of this... :thinking:
#14
Dreraf
Thanks all, will call them tomorrow and see if they can help, but really don't have a clue how to get out of this... :thinking:


It sounds like you're pretty much dependent on the bank making some kind of concession towards you or arranging an agreement with your direct debits somehow...

Good luck with whatever you decide to do xx
#15
you might be charged to go over your overdraft and then charged to allow your direct debit to go out! abbey charge for both! hubby had a £60 fine for going over his overdraft by £4 first charge for going over and 2nd for alloweing the direct debit to be paid!

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