Share Transfer Overdraft Protection guards members’ accounts against returned items by automatically transferring funds from another Oklahoma Central account.
An Overdraft Protection Line of Credit is a loan used to avoid bounced checks and declined debit card purchases by automatically transferring funds from the line of credit into the members’ checking account.
Our Courtesy Pay program is extended to members who maintain their membership accounts in good standing. This program helps protect your account and reputation when an inadvertent overdraft occurs. The item is paid into the negative and a fee charged to the account.
Courtesy Pay is non-contractual and discretionary. It is not an Oklahoma Central obligation and we may refuse to provide the service on any personal checking account at any time and from time to time. Oklahoma Central may remove Courtesy Pay from any account without notice. Courtesy pay is not available on commercial accounts.
You may revoke Courtesy Pay at any time by calling us at 918.664.6000 or 800.444.6228; coming into one of our branches or writing us. You may cancel Courtesy Pay entirely, which means no transactions that overdraw your checking account will be paid. However, once this service is removed, if an item is presented for payment and there are insufficient funds in your account, the item will be returned to the payee and our standard NSF per item fee will be charged to your account.
Federal regulations require that you make a conscious decision about Courtesy Pay for two specific types of transactions on your checking account – ATM withdrawals and one-time debit card transactions. When you obtain an ATM or debit card, we ask you if you want to “opt in” to Courtesy Pay protection for these two types of transactions. If you opt in, we may pay these two types of transactions rather than decline the transactions, and we will charge a Courtesy Pay fee.
Transactions may not be processed in the order in which they occurred. This is especially true for check clearings and debit card transactions which may take varying amounts of time for presentment through the payment systems. In an effort to minimize the number of returned items, we process the daily check clearings from the smallest to the largest dollar items.