Overdraft Protection Options
Protect your UNIFY Checking Account from overdrafts and fees1—when a transaction processes and you don’t have the funds available, you can advance funds from your UNIFY Credit Card or line of credit, or even pay it from available funds in your UNIFY Savings Account.
Visit a UNIFY Branch or call us at 877.254.9328
1We offer two (2) optional Overdraft Protection Plans:
(1) an overdraft transfer from a linked share account, and
(2) an overdraft transfer from a loan, where your Signature Line of Credit or credit card account is used for overdraft protection.
If you qualify for these optional plans, we will look to these first for overdraft protection before applying our discretionary Courtesy Pay coverage when a transaction would result in your account being overdrawn. These optional Overdraft Protection Plans may save you money on the total fees you pay us for overdraft protection. You must request to enroll in the optional Overdraft Protection Plans. You can enroll by visiting any branch and speaking with a Member Service Representative or calling 877.254.9328.
Overdraft Transfer from Share Account. With this option, you authorize us to make transfers of available funds automatically from your linked share account(s) to cover overdrafts in your checking account. Transfers from your linked account are made in the exact amount of the overdraft.
Overdraft Transfer from Loan. If the available balance in your linked share account(s) is insufficient to cover overdrafts in your checking account, and if you have enrolled in overdraft transfers from a loan, then funds will be advanced from your Signature Line of Credit or credit card, as requested by you. The Signature Line of Credit and credit card are both revolving line of credit products, which are available to members meeting certain credit requirements. When you establish an overdraft transfer from a loan, you authorize us to automatically advance the amount of your overdraft from your Signature Line of Credit or credit card, as established by you, to cover your overdraft, up to your credit limit.