I received a Security emal alert from Bank of America back in August stating that fraudulent activity was noticed on my account and that my account had been closed. I contacted the bank and was informed that ATM deposits that were being conducted in Texas (I live in Michigan) were fraudulent. I... Read more »
There are several ways to rectify this increasingly common situation--all of which require assistance of an experienced lawyer who understands Banking Law and class action litigation. I advise you to use the Find A Lawyer tab at the top of the page and contact an experienced Banking Lawyer.
I am in New York resident with New York bank accounts. My bank will not release my funds and recognize my protection under EIPA $1740 exemption for basic living needs. Each account contained under $1,740. because it’s a California judgement. Are they acting lawfully? What are my options? Thanks
It depends where the levy was done. If it is a New York restraining notice, then EIPA applies. If it is a bank in CA, and the levy was done there under CA law, even though you live in NY and use an NY branch, CA law applies.
In December 2018 I was given 2 Thrivent Financial debit cards loaded with $250 each, $500 total. Both cards have "valid thru 09/21". I used one of the cards for around $25 shortly after receiving it, but the next time I tried to use it the card was declined. My wife tried to use the other card and... Read more »
to chack Nova Port Bank 1430 Truxtun Avenue 5th Floor they pushing me to pay more than 8800 $ for some AAC code to unblock my loan from Donald Shaw Loan Firm and is impossible to deducted it from my loan but I am afraid that it is a scam
Mother received a large check from retirement account and she passed away before cashing it. Her boyfriend deposited the check into their joint account several days after her passing and then closed the account once the check cleared. He now has the money and is refusing to give it to the children.... Read more »
The contract can have whole statutes or partial statutes. It can be whatever the draftsman wants and the parties agree. Hire a competent attorney to examine it and see if it is enforceable, complete, unambiguous and non-contradicting.
A criminal title company and mortgage lender allowed an unfaithful agent to have pages changed in the SDPOA *after* it was signed by the principal, turning a permission for limited and time constrained refinance into an open ended home equity loan permission (which is also in violation with federal... Read more »
Like many elder and estate planning lawyers, I not only customize the document and paginate in as page x of y but require initials, birthdate and date signed on every page. We cannot protect people who simply download and sign the statutory form. Consult an elder lawyer about a suit for fraud and...Read more »
Greetings. Are you a retail establishment? If so, New York has codified general business rules concerning refunds. For example, a retail merchant that has a refund policy must provide notice of the policy to its customers and then live up to whatever promises are made in the policy. If it's a...Read more »
Frankly, I would be surprised to find an attorney who is interested in transactional work, who works on an hourly fee basis, who would not jump at the chance to take work on a contract by contract basis.
I'm sorry for the loss of your grandfather. You could try reposting your question in the Probate/Estate Planning categories. It wasn't picked up for a week and it's not going to have good chances of getting picked up under Product Liability (which deals with injuries from defective products) or...Read more »
If the bank is threatening foreclosure- that usually means they have a lien on the property, and if you acquired that property by inheritance, you acquired the property SUBJECT to the Banks lien: this means that if you want to keep the property, you will have to pay the loan. You don't owe the...Read more »
I live in California, my father lived and died in New Jersey. My father had certificates of deposit he left in trust to both my brother an me. My brother is also the executor of my fathers estate and lives in New Jersey. The bank is refusing to release the funds to me or my brother unless I... Read more »
My ex-husband asked his friend who is an attorney, to subpoena my bank records with no grounds. Chase sent me a letter to inform me they will provide my bank statements to this attorney. I fax a letter to Chase and the attorney objecting but I believe it was too late because my ex got a hold of my... Read more »
You are directing you anger at the wrong party; you need to concentrate on responding to THE COURT so you can defend yourself against this attack from your ex husband. Go back to your divorce lawyer for help or hire a litigation lawyer to help you.
Or the bank just gave him a loan and then he told me that the bank sold it to a brokerage company and he will continue paying to the company and then the company asked for higher price for the house and I don’t think it’s a true story
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