North Richland Hills, TX asked in Banking and Personal Injury for Texas

Q: My question is my ex-business partner and I before our business got going good we opened a mutual personal bank acct.

At my bank I had two personal active bank accts one in just my name, and one in my name and my mothers name After my bus. partner and I opened our acct. he started helping himself to my two personal bank accts He made telephone transfers 20K worth. Drawing money out of my personal accts. and putting the money into our acct. He was not authorized to do this. I contacted the bank they told me get a police report. Police said this is civil. I contacted the D.A. in Tarrant county they told me talk to the detective I did no help. I had one person at the bank tell me my partner had to be acting as me in order to do this. I bought a franchise I had to put my bank info in the contract thats how he accessed my bank accts. I am wanting a recording of him doing a telephone transfer. I was to be the one doing these transfers. The bank said to get a recording it had to be court ordered is this true do i have a case? I want to file criminal charges, our business is over. I did not use the bank acct.

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Daniel John Christensen

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A: I am so sorry to hear about this happening to you. While this is not the type of law we practice, I would encourage you to contact the State Bar Lawyer Referral Service and ask for a business litigation attorney. Good luck.

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