Automatic Transfer of Funds

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Definition: Automatic Transfer of Funds

Automatic transfer of funds is a banking arrangement in which funds are transferred from one account of the customer to another without any action by the customer.


Automatic Transfer of Funds are commonly used to transfer funds from one customer’s account to any other person’s account or to transfer funds from high interest bearing accounts (savings account) to low interest bearing accounts (current account) for overdraft protection. They may also be used for periodic payments such as loan instalments, rent payments, monthly payments for mutual funds etc.



Mr.C has a current account with a balance of $600 and a savings account with a balance of $1000. He gives a cheque of $900 from his current account to Mr.B. In order for the cheque to be cleared there will be an automatic transfer of $300 from Mr.C’s savings account to his current account as he has set up an automatic transfer of funds facility with the bank.


Hence, this concludes the definition of Automatic Transfer of Funds along with its overview.


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