What is an ACH reject fee?
An ACH Reject Fee is assessed when Dharma attempts to pull fees out of your bank account, but there aren’t enough funds in the account. Think of an ACH Reject Fee like an “overdraft” fee in your bank account.
Dharma’s fees are always billed the month following processing. Fees are always withdrawn during the first week of the month. If the bank account we’re withdrawing from doesn’t have sufficient funds to cover the monthly fees assessed, your account will be charged a $30 ACH Reject Fee.