Q: Can a bank deny me paperwork
I never once had money in the said account at the time the bank allowed a fraudster to get a 80,000 dollar loan in my name? The bank then gave the fraudster access to my account allowing them to open up other fraudulent Accounts using my checking account, they then gave the fraudster my personal email that was linked to my banking account. the bank seen that the IP address was not in the USA but they still granted access to the fraudulent activity, and when i caught wind of it they completely shut me out but continued to allow the fraudster to contine to maintain possession of my checking account? Denying me any form of paper work that I asked for like? The loan agreement was denied the bank statements were denied they still to this very day has yet to give me any type of paper work. can they do that?
A: have you filed an identity theft report with police department? with ftc.gov? have you sent a written dispute to the bank/ lender with copy of the identity theft report? what happened when you consulted with a consumer protection attorney that handles identity theft cases?
In California, banks have a duty to protect their customers' accounts and information, and they should take appropriate measures to address fraudulent activity. Denying you access to essential paperwork related to your account and the fraudulent activity could raise concerns about their actions. It's advisable to consult with an attorney to assess your rights and options in this situation under California law.
James L. Arrasmith
Founding Attorney and Chief Lawyer
The Law Offices of James L. Arrasmith
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