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    Default Does Federal Regulation Limit D Ever Come Off Of a Bank Account

    My friend has been asking around and nobody really seems to know. Even my banker says he'll have to get back to me later. I know what it is (all too many times I had to spot him), but we're wondering if he'll ever get back to using his card as much as he wants safely.

    also, does it apply if he switches banks?

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    Default Re: Does Federal Regulation Limit D ever come off of your bank account?

    Can you be more specific about this regulation - which regulatory agency issued it? Why is your friend subject to this regulation?

    Is this the regulation you're referencing?

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    Default Re: Does Federal Regulation Limit D ever come off of your bank account?

    are you talking about the regulation about savings account transfers? what would that have to do with using a card?

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