Sometimes, Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) deposits may fail when processing because of Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF).
If this happens to you, you can simply try the deposit again once you know the funds are available - or in the case of scheduled/recurring deposits, wait for the next one to occur.
Rest-assured: OneVest does not charge NSF fees for failed EFTs.
However, some institutions may charge you NSF fees per your agreement with them. We encourage you to consult the institution you initiated the deposit against to verify and confirm.