If my account is negative can i still stop direct deposit?
- Go with the flowLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
You cannot escape this.
If your account is currently negative you will continue to be charged NSF fees.
They wil accumulate faster that you ever though possible.
You could see yourself owing a bank $2,000 in a matter of weeks.
And, then they sue you.
And, you can't open a checking account anywhere else in the US until you pay them.
This will completely destroy your credit.
Employers check - in case you ever need another job.
So.... allow direct deposit to go through so at least you have a chance at some sort of future. You were an adult and cause this mess. Be an adult and get out of it.