Need an advance to help protect you from potential overdraft fees? Bree can help! First, sign up here. We'll verify that:
- You have connected your checking account to Bree
- Your employer deposits your income into your checking account on consistent dates
- You’ll have enough funds after your next paycheck to pay Bree back
To do this, we look at the last two months of transactions in your checking account to confirm your income.
Next, check that you have your paychecks set up as direct deposits and that your transaction history shows at least two paychecks on consistent dates (ex. getting paid on the 15th and the last day of the month).
Lastly, we want to make sure you’ll be left with sufficient funds after paying Bree back after your next paycheck.
Bree is here to combat overdraft fees, but we also want to make sure that customers never fall into debt as a result of getting an advance.
That's why one of the things that Bree checks for is how much money you keep in your account after getting paid. Try and keep a sufficient balance in your account to pay all your bills after paying back your advance. This lets Bree system know there's no risk of overdrafting.