My bank recently sent out a letter asking everyone with an account to opt in/out of their new arbitration agreement. I called their office to get more information on what this exactly meant as their letter also did not specify what changes were going to happen and how they affect me or my money.... Read more »
It would be difficult for an attorney here to tell you to opt out or not opt out without seeing the arbitration agreement. In terms of arbitration agreements as a GENERAL matter, whether they apply to contract, employment, real estate, car sales, etc., what it often means is that a person accepts...Read more »
So I was given two checks for a side job I deposit it to my account and they decline next day I was called that the check’s were fraud but they bank never gave me the money. I gave them the emails and address of where I gotten them and they froze my account. When I login into my account I had... Read more »
If you never got the money and the checks were declined, the bank must suspect you for fraud. There is something not right but if the whole matter is over $110 there is little a lawyer can do. When the courts reopen, make a small claims suit.
Investment companies do fall under banking, and other areas governed by statutes. Statutes, as a general rule, tend more to address types of industries, types of work, conduct, or specific actions more so than identifying companies. Good luck
There's a ton of standard forms out there, between the commercial form companies and public agencies. Since the form you use must be acceptable to your bank, ask them to identify a form for you from one of the commercial vendors, or provide you with a standard boilerplate form they accept....Read more »
and admit to it being a preemptive decision. I do not want to go to college and they are refusing to let me have the money so i can buy a car and pay for insurance to better my life and further my growth and independence. They threaten to spend the money themselves even though the money was given... Read more »
Whoever is the estate fiduciary can file the return. The refund, if any, goes to the estate. The first $50,000 of any estate (unless there is a will) goes to the spouse. Thus, you need to determine if there is anything in it for you, if an estate is worth commencing, and if a return should be...Read more »
So I was looking for a job and submitted my resume for a job it was remote. Well I did the interview online and stuff they said I need some work equipment which company will pay for it. So they send me a check for 1435 and they told me to deposit it thro your mobile deposit and I looked over the... Read more »
Your story is not fully stated. You sent them the money for the "equipment" , right? Otherwise there is nothing in it for the scammer. The short answer is there is something called Checksystems which is like a credit report for bank accounts, and you are down as a bad person. To open...Read more »
Now I gonna get hit with all these fees. My checks have the old routing number and were told that information was good and didn't need new checks. Fast forward now, after I was barely able to sign up for unemployment, I still have no money.
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, it has become difficult to conduct many ordinary banking operations because of the health crisis out there, with some banks maintaining lobby service, some drive-through only, and some only online or through appointment. Try to see if the bank could...Read more »
Long story short, I traded my car in back in December and it still hasn't been paid off over three months later. In response to one of the answers received: the plates were taken off and registration WAS cancelled. In January, I received a letter stating that the car was involved in an... Read more »
I'm sorry for your loss. The claims representative for the life insurance company should be able to answer any questions about the timeline for receiving payment. If you recently provided the information, they may still be reviewing the claim. If you do not hear from them soon, you could...Read more »
My father was declared brain dead on Jan 9th, and passed away on Jan 24th. His girlfriend has made 2 withdrawals using ATM, one of which weeks after death. The DA said that it's not illegal if he gave her permission; but, how can he give permission if dead? They are not married. He died... Read more »
I am three months over due in my loans. My mom and I are members of the same credit union. She is not however, a cosigner on any of those loans. They took $500 out of her account to pay it. Upon calling about it, they stated I gave them permission. I most certainly did not, not even close! My mom... Read more »
Hi, I wanted to get information about the possibility of transferring money I have in Brazil in my account there to my US account, about $225,000. Do I need to pay tax on that when I transfer, or in the end of the year? Do I need to declare it in my tax return? I am a temporary resident in the US... Read more »
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