I'm sitting here, cutting away and the mail shows up.
There was a package for Brian so the mailman just left everything in the entryway. I picked the stuff up and started looking through it.
Mail from the bank. Huh. I open it up. Puzzled, I kept looking at it. I'm seeing that we got some sort of advance on April 16. Almost $4400.00.
Back in January, we used one of the bank cards to pay for the liability insurance and I've been paying that each month, but we haven't touched this account for the year or so that we've had it. I know Brian didn't pull this out. But nothing shows what it was for. Just that we owed it. I called the bank.
Well, of course I'm not on the account and they had to speak to Brian. He wasn't home, he was off pricing out new wood for the pool filter/pump redo. She set up a conference call with the both of us and got the okay from Brian to talk to me, all three of us stayed on the line while she checked into it. Turns out it was a bank error, the account it should have come out of was one digit different. And she had a check number. My question is how did it get off one digit if they've got the check? Isn't that taken off electronically, with their special ink?
Anyway, she said it would take about a week to get it resolved and that we won't be charged any fees or penalties.
I sure as hell hope not.
And Brian is going to tell the bank, again, that I can speak to them on behalf of him. Like he's done at least three times in the past.