What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
If You Bounce a CheckMost likely: If you don't have overdraft protection, the vendor and your bank will nail you for charges that typically range from $20 to $75 combined.
Worst case: You may face other penalties: If you're paying off a credit-card bill, you could be charged a late fee, plus interest on the outstanding balance. Depending on state laws, the incident could go on your credit record.
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