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I don't think I can meet the deadline. Help?

I don't think I can meet the deadline. Help? Topic: Write letter close bank account
June 20, 2019 / By Audrey
Question: This is the predicament I am in right now. Last week I sent a check to my university's bursar's office to pay my tuition. However, the check has been returned, for there was less money in my checking account than I needed. At the time I sent the check, I thought money was to be transferred from my savings account to the university's account. As an immigrant, I did not know what I was supposed to know. Anyway, I can't ask the bursar's office to redeposit the check right now because the office will be closed till Jan 2nd. I am out of country, so I can't send another check. The deadline is the 1st of January. I called the bank, and they said they cannot help me out until the 2nd of January. I wonder if there is a way I can appeal to the university for grace. If there is one, please let me know. Thank you.
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Abbie Abbie | 9 days ago
Write a letter to the Uni explaining as you have in your question, ask that you be given a couple of days extra to pay. It may work, they are not totally heartless;
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Stacy Stacy
Or u could pay it later, all the university wants is money, so u aint the only one late. Just call them on Jan.2nd and explain to the university.They will understand. Stop worrying, folks are late all the time on tuitions
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Othniel Othniel
Believe it or not, many businesses will understand what happened and work with you . Expect to pay the bounced check fee that the business was charged. Contact them as soon as possible to make payment arrangements.
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