You can't prevent someone over 18 from doing any of those things in their own name unless you happen to have legal guardianship over them. It does not matter if they are your own biological children. Once they are 18, you have no legal right OR responsibility for them.
My wife manages her therapy business finance at Bank X. Recently, she had a difficulty with a teller, and was short with teller. Teller, who was likely unhappy about altercation, immediately used confidential access she had to my wife's business practice to go to her Google Business page and... Read more »
You could potentially sue for defamation. However the overwhelming majority of courts have found that reviews on sites like Google Business are "opinions" and protected free speech. Also, you would have to prove tangible damages, such as specific loss of business. Since the review has...Read more »
Had a joint mortgage with my ex wife and 2 years ago I was bought out ($40,000) and she was supposed to refinance and put the house in her name. 2 years later, she still has not refinanced and got my name off the mortgage. Now, every time she is late, my credit is dinged and to help my credit not... Read more »
I opened a bank account and was going to have my boyfriend added as a joint account. We got the paperwork filled out and went to go process it but it didn't process because he is in collections with his separate bank. We were told he needed to pay that debt of 1st before he could be added.... Read more »
Do I have case for bank failure to either protect n secure my banking & personal info, since someone within the "bank" compromised my info, and also either failed to spot n prevent to confirm n varify acct ownership, or someone within that branch conspired to allow these transactions... Read more »
I had used my mom's credit union debit card at numerous places at the end of July 2015. Over a weekend. On Monday I got on a bus to Florida to escape an abusive boyfriend and a very serious drug problem. (Heroin for almost 12 years @ 30 yrs old. I e been clean and sober since. No further... Read more »
Do you have pending charges? Are there warrants for your arrest? If so, then at some point you'll have to deal with each case. And if you have warrants, it's hard to say whether any of them are serious enough to extradite you, but that is a possibility that you absolutely don't want....Read more »
I purchased my car last week and now the fiance company is calling the dealership because they want to verify my employment but the problem is I separated rather aggressively from that company. I gave them all my paystubs and was already approved and in possession of the vehicle can they reposses... Read more »
Good question. I don't think they will go to that extreme provided you stay current on payments. At the end of the day, this is all a business, and they are chiefly concerned with securing their interest in the vehicle.
Someone else had my account number the bank teller told this person how much money I had in my account they also told her that I have someone else on my account with me and they asked her if she would like to take the money out of the account
She is a single mother who works and gets paid twice a month. She has student loans and just recently they are going into her bank account every time she gets paid and taking 100% of her income leaving her with no money to pay for anything. Which means she will be homeless in no time
I take it she is in default with those student loans, and they are now garnishing her bank account to satisfy the judgment. She probably needs to talk with a collections or bankruptcy attorney quickly and, if possible, stop her paycheck from going into that account. Once the bank receives a...Read more »
I got a car with my grandpa as cosigner. He later got diagnosed having dementia. My uncle then became person in charge of his affairs, his financials included. My vehicle was repossessed for non payment of three months. I didnt receive any notices. I later found out notices had been sent to my... Read more »
Were you supposed to make the monthly payments? It is not clear in your question.
Not a lot you can do to avoid this debt. Despite the lack of notice, you (or your grandpa) was required to make the payment. When the payment is not made, default occurs. The creditor can then proceed with...Read more »
I have a no overdraft on my account they should have never overdraft they said it was an online banking check with my name on it I do not have on my banking they said I signed up for it I said I've never used it look at my history they have put me from person to person instead of getting my... Read more »
I was buying a house and closer decided to end the deal due to lender not meeting closing date. I know meeting closing date is not guaranteed but every time I try to contact them they never called back. When I was finally able to contact them (two day before my closing date) they said they needed... Read more »
Are you using a Realtor? That person is probably the first person you should (or should have been) in contact with. Generally, since the mortgage lender is not a part of the contract you made with the seller, it would be hard to assign liability to them.
There may be language in the GAP contract allowing them to back out. Obviously you should get your money back for the contract. If it was part of your finance contract, you may want to request a new breakdown of costs because the Truth in Lending Act requires them to provide perfectly accurate...Read more »
One way to avoid a financial scam is to ask yourself: are you expecting money? Before cashing the check, you should look at the company information listed on the check. First and foremost, is that information printed completely? Most legitimate companies print checks through their accounting...Read more »
There is a friend that is stuck in Canada still from the Clovid-19 lockdown. While in Canada the person had their bank account in the United states suspended due to , the bank says, fraudulent activity. The company this person works for can only deposit money earned to bank account. Meanwhile my... Read more »
Banks have systems that "red flag" accounts when certain events happen, such as uncommon account usage or access from new locations. Banks will have procedures in place to identify the person and ensure that there is no identity theft. Depending on her bank, talking to someone that can...Read more »
The question is not altogether clear to me, but it sounds like the insurance payment is property of your grandmother's estate, and that a probate case needs to be commenced in order to deal with the payment. An attorney with the whole picture will be able to guide you through the probate...Read more »
If these are the only funds in this account, you should retain a lawyer to file an objection to garnishment. Exempt funds is just the kind of argument that a judge will listen to. However, if there are commingled funds, the analysis is more complex.
A court appointed conservatorship is a lot of effort for CAD$5,000. I would work with the bank to see if there is another option and point out that you are the child's parent. An easier option might be something like a UTMA.
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