Q: This is what happened to me. My bank gave out my balances that resulted in 90k taken from my bank. They even called me
That they were aware they made the mistake and were investigating. Never heard back from them. I guess there was a judgment in a civil case that I was completely unaware of.. I mean nothing. They didn't show that I was served, called or anything. Now they did have a curior say that he dropped off paperwork to my front door & that no one was home. The date was 7/23 11am when supposedly done this. Well my dad passed away 9:37am that exact day @ home. I had family in & out from then into the night. Front door was also an issue my gates are padlocked because my dad would go off wandering down the street. So unless they scaled the wall & were able to escape my 4 dogs more power to them. Had I been made aware of what was being alleged I could of nipped it in the bud back then. Doesn't the bank bear some sort of responsibility for thier mistake? It's caused me alot of problems as I have automatic payments coming our every month
A: A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Since this involves a judgment, a collections attorney would probably have better insight here than a personal injury attorney. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately picked up, but you could repost and add Collections as a category. If still no response, then you could reach out to collections defense attorneys. Good luck
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