My son has a small savings account that was opened a few years ago. When I recently checked the balance it was close to zero. It appears the bank has been assessing fees on the balance bringing it to almost nothing. Can they do that on his account?

No user commented in " If the account has a standard POD or pay on death beneficiary assignment, the beneficiary has no liability for bounced checks. The designation of the beneficiary isn’t final until the death of the owner. A beneficiary has no ownership interest in the account until the owner dies. Therefore, the beneficiary isn’t responsible for an overdraft in the account. "

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