Q: Can a bank withdraw money from my account when it’s frozen without notifying me and sent my final check ?
My account was closed due to suspicious activity. All they can tell me is digital fraud but not specify what I did exactly. I tried to fight it but they said it was a final decision. After receiving my official check from my balance account.I notice 2,700 was missing. I called and they said the same day my check was made, a withdrawal of 2,700 was made to "Retail account review department ". I was not notified about this it or warned. The customer service person did not know why the bank did that. I told her how can that be possible if my account is suppose to be frozen no money in or out can be allowed. On what circumstances is that allow? If not being charged for what they are accusing me for or even know what I did ! They advised me to go to a branch but my question is it even legal for them to do that? I don't even know what that amount of 2,700 was even for ?
If your account is frozen, the bank generally should not withdraw funds without your knowledge or consent. Such actions may raise concerns about due process and consumer rights. It's recommended to consult legal experts to evaluate the specific circumstances and potential violations of your rights under California law.
James L. Arrasmith
Founding Attorney and Chief Lawyer of The Law Offices of James L. Arrasmith in Sacramento
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