I withdrew money from my 401k due to financial hardship, the institution in error sent to a closed/overdrawn account (I have proof this is their error). Can the bank legally take my money even though it was for hardship and they were previously notified of bankruptcy?
Acorns withdrew $1,000 from my checking account. Said it was a "one-time investment", but i never withdrew anything manually or agreed to anything. I need an explanation for this. There's nowhere in the terms & conditions that state that this would happen. Is there any legal action that i can take... Read more »
My sister met this guy online she gave him her banking information when he asked so he could send her money, he sent money and now he is demanding she buy gift card with the money what does she do he started getting aggressive once he deposited and from my understanding the money has not cleared... Read more »
I really don't know what to do, We tried to use a credit card but the funds were insufficient so the credit card wasn't charged, The contract says it's nonrefundable. Other people are charged 260 for 4 classes a week when i blindly signed and now am sopposedly charged '2 monthly installations of... Read more »
I am unclear what transfer you are asking about. It is "legal" if it was a pay on death account. However, that person might need to return funds to pay estate debt. If there are more debts than assets, do not create an estate.
I canceled my bank account with Citibank three years ago and Citi said they do not a have a record of any phone conversation documenting that I have attempted to close the account. They have been charging me $25 per month for the the past three years for insufficient funds totaling to approx $600.... Read more »
You have not been damaged, so you have no case. You do not even get the $600 you claim should be written off. Just write a certified letter to the General Counsel for the bank saying what you said here.
The bank is right and you are confused. The small estate affidavit gets filed with the surrogates court to get what are called voluntary letters. It costs $1. The clerk will help you. You take those letters (which are a court order) to the bank.
The money was in a timelocked bank account since I was a kid but somehow NYS said the account was inactive and they claimed the money. We got the money sent back to us but can I use it now as opposed to the original date agreed upon? It’s not in an account anymore so does it still need to follow... Read more »
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