A document that I recently had notarized by Bank of America is being rejected by my university on the grounds that the notary hasn't signed it. While attempting to research this online, I have yet to find definitive answers.
You should probably bring proof that you fully paid off the signature loan to your bank. Credit bureau reports probably aren’t enough. You probably need to bring loan statements from the signature loan itself.
If it was a worthless check, then a charge is possible. It sounds like you have not been charged yet, so do not worry about it unless cited/arrested. Then hire an attorney top get it Diverted, Dismissed and Expunged.
Someone fraudulently cashed a check I sent to pay my trash bill. The trash company never received it, so they still say I owe the bill. Who is responsible for getting the money - the bank, or the trash company?
Here are the basics. I bought a house for $49,000, and put $10K down in cash, financing the remaining $39K, directly with the seller. No bank was involved. The terms of my contract state that I'm to make equal monthly payments with 8% interest added in, until the debt is paid. No penalties... Read more »
Not a lot of detail in this question. A lawyer will need a lot more to provide you with your best legal options. However, my suggestion would be to immediately file a complaint with the CFPB. Your bank will have to respond, and this action may allow for a resolution. To the extent you later file a...Read more »
Submitted a car payment to Chase Manhattan bank the same way I had previously got a confirmation receipt cheat code never was notified by Chase that the payment wasn’t received or did not go through so the next month I made the payment the same way and at that point was notified of the issues... Read more »
If I understand correctly, you have made payments and submitted documentary evidence but Chase refuses to credit the payments to your account. Try contacting the Massachusetts Attorney General's consumer assistance division....Read more »
Actually, a court order might not be necessary. Call the bank's attention to Florida Statute 735.303 and send them an affidavit as set forth in that statute. The statute can be accessed here:...Read more »
The judge ordered everything in half but she has two bank accounts she didn’t put on table and I was the one paying for everything i didn’t know that she is a covert narsiste I was Being abused for20years and everything was about my youngest son and I didn’t even get the chance to say that I... Read more »
What you need to do is demand the bank send you the proper notification and exemption claim forms pursuant to the Exempt Income Protection Act. You need a legal demand letter citing to the proper laws and regulations and demanding the documentation including the notice of restraint and execution...Read more »
Hypothetically, if one were to have purchased psilocybin mushrooms through a website and paid through Zelle, and then found out the website was a scam, could you get in trouble with the law for reporting the bank fraud?
Your post is confusing. Your boyfriend at the time paid your bills for 3 months when you were unemployed. You broke up in March 2022. He reported *what* as fraud? What does this have to do with your credit rating? You didn't connect the dots or dots are missing.
My bank (credit union, actually), with whom I have had accounts for over 25 years, recently froze all of my accounts (2 checking, 2 savings) with assets totaling over $180k, without any warning or notice. The reason they gave for this is that I had an outstanding balance on my credit card (issued... Read more »
I pre-ordered products from a merchant and place the charges on my credit card. The timeframe was taking too long so instead of receiving any product, the merchant cashed me out at a higher price then I originally paid, but paid me with his store gift card. The merchant has since been shut down by... Read more »
Wells Fargo had a default judgment against me from the 67th District court in Fort Worth, Texas in 2019 for the credit card debt that I defaulted. I did not know about default judgment until they had a writ of garnishment/levy from the court dated 11/07/2022 and put the garnished amount($7,572.18... Read more »
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