If the origin of the debt was in Virginia and was connected to a written agreement, there is a 5 year statute of limitations that applies to the debt. The Statute of Limitations defense is an affirmative defense so it must be raised after a lawsuit is filed.
Their is the local branch that the person was hired but the person works all over the country with the large nat. company. It is still active on the website. I know they scrubbed social media for everything/ anything when he hired, but the liar wrote this bit and they missed it. Can I file a cease... Read more »
Need guidance on arrest for credit card fraud that I did not commit. I have a clean record and work as a licensed therapist. I own a solo private practice in VA. Last week, I was unexpectedly arrested at home. I was handcuffed in my kitchen and escorted to the police car in the street (blocking... Read more »
It took a lot of effort on my part to get them to agree to limited access - like I showed them the VA law. They are now claiming it is their bank policy to make a list of the contents. I think they can observe but privacy dictates that they can not see the contents.
Now that you have "limited access" the bank has every right to take an inventory of the contents of your deceased uncle's safe deposit box--if for no other reason that to be able to defend itself if there ever is a claim filed against the bank.
They’ve sent checks & debit cards to other addresses despite our contact with their fraud department. We haven’t even been reimbursed yet for our checking & savings being wiped clean. While we were on the phone Friday locking down the accounts we watched as someone transferred our... Read more »
This sounds like some sort of an insider electronic hacking situation. If the amount of money is worth it, try hiring a lawyer to take up the job of fighting with the USAA bureaucracy instead of you having to do it. The first order of business would be to move all the money you still have at USAA...Read more »
When I called back the man was not nice and said once papers are served on January 23, 2019 he can no longer help me. That today payment would be $415 (on a $100 overdraft fee) if I go to court payment would be $1245 with court fees. I googled the company EDR in Maryland but couyfind any... Read more »
24 hours later, the police came to my house and arrested me. Ripped from my house, humiliated, hurt and Incarcerated for 5 days because a bank employee did not verify the proper authorized person or people listed on the account. Since I did not violate any laws but I was arrested and charged, can I... Read more »
We purchased a used 2017 SUV for just under $18,000. We put a $4,000 deposit down and financed the roughly $14,000 remainder. We were pre-approved through Capital One's auto loan program. The dealership ran our pre-approval and finalized our loan. Our first payment is supposed to be due the... Read more »
A lady wants to sell a bar of gold in country of Ghana.She is informed she needs a "bank guarantee" to sell them.She says she has to pay $4000 dollars to gain access to buyers of the gold. Is this valid or not?
She would be wise to consult a lawyer in Ghana before proceedings. May countries have at many times in history restricted the sale of gold, both to currency security and for fraud prevention. It is not at all unimaginable that Ghana retains such a legal structure. She might prefer to sell the gold...Read more »
She can ask, but no bank that I know of would allow such a procedure for anything other than a VERY small account (or one that has a beneficiary named). Probate of some sort is usually necessary in such circumstances.
Consult with a local probate attorney as there are often...Read more »
Firstly, we live in the state of Virginia and I appreciate anyone's professional time and counsel. My mother had numerous life insurance policies ranging from $1,000 to 10,000 and has me named as the sole beneficiary on all policies. She had no will and her house and land have been in mine... Read more »
The proceeds of the life insurance policies should pass to the beneficiaries outside of the probate estate. Likewise the jointly owned bank accounts, which should pass outside of probate to the surviving owners of the accounts. The credit card debt can reach assets of the Probate estate, which...Read more »
They said payee was not on check, even though buth mine and husband's names are on check and on account. They returned deposit and withdrew money from account, after expenditures had been made against cleared deposit on child's behalf. What do we do? Checks have been reissued to us by... Read more »
Try again or try to deposit in another bank. Those are your fast and easier answers. Trying to force your financial institution to do something it does not want to do will leave you frustrated, and with expensive and unlikely successful remedies in court.
A money order is a contractual agreement to pay made with a third party. They likely will honor it as long as it is not severely damaged. You may want to go to a location of the issuer of the money order and see if they will issue you a new one so you can deposit it without a problem.
Absolutely. Subpoena recipients are allowed to charge reasonable fees, when responding to a subpoena issued in a Virginia court.
You could see time costs for research and copying, and a per page cost for the physical copies.
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