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    Will going accidentally overdrawn (£7) for a few days, but is now back in the green, count against me when applying for a student loan (both maintenance and tuition)?
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    (Original post by Snr1)
    Will going accidentally overdrawn (£7) for a few days, but is now back in the green, count against me when applying for a student loan (both maintenance and tuition)?
    No but your bank may charge you an unarranged overdraft fee
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    Will going accidentally overdrawn (£7) for a few days, but is now back in the green, count against me when applying for a student loan (both maintenance and tuition)?
    If you're male and hot I'll send you the money.
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    Not for £7 I don't think. You're back in the green so it should be fine but contact your bank/the student loans department if you're unsure.
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    (Original post by tuchaynz)
    Not for £7 I don't think. You're back in the green so it should be fine but contact your bank/the student loans department if you're unsure.
    Thanks!
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    Will going accidentally overdrawn (£7) for a few days, but is now back in the green, count against me when applying for a student loan (both maintenance and tuition)?
    SFE Nothing to do with the banks. make no difference.

    Going overdrawn by a tiny amount is often catered for by the banks with soem of them allowing you to go over by a small amount i.e £10. Others will charge you a fee and often more than the amount you went overdrawn by. Just check the website for their policy.
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    Student loan isn't done on credit rating, so even if it was a million pounds it wouldn't mayst
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    If you're male and hot I'll send you the money.
    DEAL! haha
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    (Original post by tuchaynz)
    DEAL! haha
    Ha well £7 is nothing to me, so if you're hot then fine!
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    Ha well £7 is nothing to me, so if you're hot then fine!
    😎😏
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    (Original post by tuchaynz)
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    PM me, if you're hot then yeah
 
 
 
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