What kind of cash we deduct for refilling your line?

Created by Harendra Singh Rathore, Modified on Thu, 8 Dec, 2022 at 4:48 AM by Anil Kumar Kotla

Line cash is only for your financial emergencies, "Line will automatically deduct funds(even partially) on the first arrival of cash into your linked bank accounts. Line makes the best effort to deduct funds only when there is sufficient cash in your account, hence you should prioritize line deduction on getting cash in your account. 

"Line once refilled is available for use immediately" 

Line is provided as a benefit of your membership. If you're unable to pay your subscription on time, it will result in additional fees to $5 per month, upto a maximum of $30. You will receive a grace period of 7 days after the due date to pay the subscription and avoid additional fees.

There is no due date for Line. 

When we say 'cash' we mean transactions that bring money to your linked bank account after you receive the Line. 

A few examples of incomes are: 

  1. Paychecks

  2. Government benefits

  3. Refunds

  4. Money earned from side hustles

  5. Money received from friends or family

  6. Child credit 

  7. Disability insurance

  8. Alimony

  9. Other transfers

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