Q: I would like to sue First Citizens Bank because they are not allowing me access to my funds.
First Citizens Bank is not allowing me access to my funds and they have done a transaction without my authorization proof of which I can supply on request. Further to this I am a kidney transplant patient in need of chronic medication that I have not had my meds for a month now because of gross negligence from First Citizens Bank. I also hold them responsible for the death of my 14 year old daughter on the 10th July 2020 - death certificate can be provided on request. Proof of why I hold them responsible I can also provide. My partner who resides in SA has written several emails to my private banker, First Citizens Bank Customer services , and the directors of First Citizens Bank and nobody has bothered to help.
A: You could consider reaching out to attorneys while you await a response. It could be difficult for attorneys to reach you through a post because the format here is really only that of a question and answer board, rather than a referral service. I'm very sorry for the loss of your daughter and the health ordeal you describe. You might get in touch with an attorney more quickly by reaching out rather than continuing to await a response. You could locate attorneys under the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, or through your own independent searches. Good luck
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