I’d be concerned if you owned real property in your sole name, but other than that, you sound judgment proof. If you do own a home, and it’s tiled as tenants by the entirety with your wife, then that property is safe. They can’t attach SSI with a garnishment even if it was your SSI, but they...Read more »
Someone else had my account number the bank teller told this person how much money I had in my account they also told her that I have someone else on my account with me and they asked her if she would like to take the money out of the account
Since I got a protective order against son (stalking, drug charges, child abuse) his father helping by leaving me unable to drive even this vehicle I rebuilt all year. My ex took the Denali, trying to put me and children on the street.
This question is tagged for both Georgia and Texas. I don't know anything about Georgia, but in Texas, the proper method to give a vehicle as a gift requires both the Giver and the Recipient to sign an "Affidavit of Motor Vehicle Gift Transfer" and an "Application for Texas...Read more »
i am uber driver where we dont need EIN NUMBER & BUSINESS ACCOUNT & sba qualified me for loans & grants and chase has issues saying they gonna keep the funds which includes my savings and wife salary too i dont have any source of income to run my family
I'm kinda stuck and confused on something. I'm trying to leave my sugar daddy but he is trying to get me jailed because he thinking I'm trying to steal from but what happens was he put money in my account about $4000 but the money he put in was fraudulent. I told he that the bank... Read more »
I received a check from Collier County school Board I cashed it and that I was called two weeks later and they told me it wasn’t supposed to receive the check and now they’re demanding that I pay it back or face legal repercussions.
I am a small business owner in FL. I received an EIDL loan from the government on March 16 for $55,900 to help me keep my business afloat during the pandemic. I had the funds deposited into my business checking account at BlueVine, and had no issues until Mar 29, when I suddenly received an email... Read more »
While I am not sure who or what "BlueVine" is, unless it is a legitimate regulated commercial bank or credit union you may be out of luck. And in any event, since you are obligated to repay the entire $59,500 to the US Small Business Administration or to the US Treasury, I strongly advise...Read more »
so I went to the bank in the drive thru then the teller deposited my stimulus check without my autorization on purpose, when I said I wanted it to cash out . she did it because apparently my account had a pending overdrawn for $259 and at that moment I didn't know, so I said I want my check to... Read more »
You are being sued in foreclosure because your mother, who is deceased, had a mortgage with the lender at the time of her death. You should answer the foreclosure complaint and deny the allegation that you are deceased. The plaintiff can decide whether to amend its complaint. If you were not a...Read more »
The question is not when the debt dates from but rather when they obtained a court Judgment against you for that debt. Judgments in Oregon are good for 10 years and may be renewed once for another 10 years from the renewal date. IF there is still a valid Judgment in Oregon, then the creditor is...Read more »
Wife pays all household bills. His entire check went into a savings account for the family. He spent all of it on cocaine (35k+). He is using her checking account information to pay his personal credit card and cell phone bills etc. She has emailed and texted him explicitly saying that he... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about this situation. To fully address the legal questions regarding the wife's bank account, you will probably need to hire a lawyer licensed to practice in Connecticut. I wish you the best of luck in the resolution of the situation.
The facts are not too clear as you say that a check was sent to Ohio without your knowledge. Were you the purchaser of the check or was it made payable to you? Was the recipient in Ohio the payee on the check? You also state that you sent the documents/check to Ohio... where you in possession of...Read more »
900 deposits. By bank. The overdraft after then I pay 500 own money to fix balance . Still negative balance but I rather get the money I recently deposited to fix it. Back. And go to collections can I get those deposits back?
If the bank causes errors, it may be responsible to fix them, but not if you know the balance was wrong and overdrew it. You probably get all charges against you waived. The problem with you case is that it will cost more for an attorney, than the case is worth. Small claims?
Probably, yes. The bank's account agreement probably gives them the right to offset what's due on one account with what's in another, even if the funds deposited there were exempt before they we deposited. You may want to contact them and work out some payout arrangement on the...Read more »
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