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Your using an unsecured line of credit with TD to pay for everything without fees on card usage and for automatic bill payments? Then, what, just transferring from a savings account to off-set the payments before too much interest accrues? Or am I not understanding how it's being utilized? And how do you set up overdraft on a LOC - seems like an odd need for a LOC from both the banks and the consumers perspective - same with the ability to overpay it?Octavius wrote: ↑ No problem.
A TD ULOC is the Unofficial RFD Frugal Big5 Chequing Account.
A lot of us use it as a chequing account that has zero fees per month, no requirement for a minimum balance, dirt cheap overdraft (not that any of us it for that purpose), free cheques, and allows for in-branch service. The fact it allows a positive balance (i.e., overpaying) makes it a very great account.
Anyway, glad you figured out a solution to your issue.