the check was deposited into an account ,she claimed the person who had the same first name and last name as me as her husband to cash out $2400 stimulus check in may of 2020,I came to find out about the check cashed in march 2021,Irs sent me a check copy in August 2021,I made a police report but... Read more »
If I was in your situation, I would gather all of the information, hire a civil attorney, and sue her and the imposter for the amount of money stolen, as well as the cost for litigation. After filing the suit, I would also subpoena the place for footage of the transaction. Hopefully it still...Read more »
Citizens bank, where I have an account, will not allow me to cash it or deposit the check even with the Durable Power of Attorney. My son marked on it for banking transactions, retirement benefit transactions and tax matters. I also have his state issued ID. I've been searching for other... Read more »
Go to his bank, endorse the check by signing the back of the check "his name by your name, his agent" or "his attorney in fact" and bring the power of attorney with you. The bank should have no problem cashing it unless it is for a large amount, in which case you may need to...Read more »
My brother refuses to be involved in signing papers needed regarding my fathers estate. My mother’s bank accounts are frozen and they have a house in PR. Also my father sold his car to his brother in PR before dying but no title was signed my brother refuses to sign an affidavit giving up his... Read more »
My father's bank refuses to pay me by telling me that my father did not contributed the last months before his death without giving me any official paper or proof. My father contributed to this insurance for more than 30 years and it's a shame not to get any penny..
I'm sorry for your ordeal that makes a difficult situation even more painful. It appears you've already requested records. It's difficult to offer step-by-step instructions here, as the next step could possibly require litigating the claim, depending on the situation. Reach out to...Read more »
i am uber driver where we dont need EIN NUMBER & BUSINESS ACCOUNT & sba qualified me for loans & grants and chase has issues saying they gonna keep the funds which includes my savings and wife salary too i dont have any source of income to run my family
For example in this instance, the person filling out the application for the card put the card in their child's name (their child is a minor and not allowed to have a card of his own) and in their social security number. The card is connected to the child's bank account and the rest of... Read more »
As a general matter, it could violate fraud laws involving financial institutions, in addition to violating terms of service and conditions for the card. It would probably be better for the adult to find a credit card company that offers the option to take out an additional card for a family member...Read more »
This could be something that a collection defense attorney would be able to advise best on. All the categories you chose make good sense, but you await a response for four weeks. You could try reposting and adding Collection as a category. Not all posts are picked up, but you'd probably have...Read more »
The customer service representatives at PayPal (possibly together with those at Master Card or Visa) would probably be more knowledgeable about this, since it would involve the company's own standard operating procedures. Most attorneys would not be familiar with this as general information....Read more »
I have been asking what documents were produced in response to a court ordered subpoena. I have left messages and written letters to the legal dept. but they have not answered. Are they obligated to tell me?
A family member who was a temporary signatory on the account is named in a court case. A court ordered subpoena for all banking records was issued. He is not an account holder, owner, or employee of the corporation. What bank records does the bank have tp produce
Depending on what the subpoena requests, the bank would gather the responsive documents and produce them unless excused by the court. It seems you are dealing with the records of a corporation. If that is the case, you can contest the subpoena in order to either avoid any production of records, or...Read more »
After our bank switched over to a different bank the existing account in his mother's name along with her boyfriends name was put under my fiancé online bank accounts. So he shows his account and then the other account.
We have no further information then the bank on this matter however do not want to do anything with this money until we are guaranteed the money is ours. If you could advise us as to what to do with this it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Julia G.
My supervisor said he was sent an email stating my employer wanted to fire me for using a phone during work hours, which I have done previously for over a year. I and another employee, both women of color, were told we were acting suspicious and how they were afraid we were planning a robbery at... Read more »
Maybe? Are you working in a hostile workplace? What evidence is there that black and/or Hispanic or other minority employees are being targeted? Have similar threats been made against other employees who may not be protected? Have you suffered an adverse employment action?
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