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As you may have read in an earlier post I had a problem with a cheque vouncing which sent me overdrawn. I also have another account wwith The Co-op which my regular wages goes into.

 

What I'd like to know is, Can the bank take that money from another account to compensate the overdrawn account? Th ewages went in yesterday and they haven't as yet. I wish to propose paying back £50 per month.

Will they normally settle for this?

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Hi,

I think they can, if the accounts are with the same bank that is. I think it is called Off setting, or some thing like that.

Yes, I've found out it is a process called 'Right to Set off', where they off set any debts with funds in savings or current account.

I would contact your bank asap to get this sorted out.

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