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 »
The check writer does not usually have a say in what happens after a check is written and signed. For example, the person to whom it was made could have simply indorsed the back and made it bearer paper, where anyone could have further indorsed it to whomever. The check writer's intention...Read more »
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.
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 »
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...Read more »
i have been trying for over a month to get back money that is owed to me by western union. every time i call im told the check "should" arrive next week, and every time i ask to speak to a supervisor im put on hold for at least 20 minutes, or until i hang up. once im put on hold the call... Read more »
Is there any legal recourse? The bank has been dishonest multiple times, I have by mail requested the application which they approved in my name (spelled incorrectly and wrong mothers maiden name etc) and they are refusing to send me the application. According to government websites they cannot... Read more »
The bank is right. If the card was canceled you have no damages. If you made a police report, then the police investigate the account, not you. The bank records are not yours, by your own allegation. You can sue and do a subpoena, but I am not sure what the suit would be claiming.
I recieved a business card from a repo company PI. Not only did i recieve it at my house but it got addressed to me and sent to my boyfriends house as well. I never put his address on any documents what so ever. The only place i have his address is my phone and my car GPS. I never put his address... Read more »
In these days of very advanced high-tech electronic systems and devices there is no doubt that smart investigators, private or otherwise can track anyone, anywhere at anytime--without stopping for coffee. There is nothing legal that you or I can do about it either. Welcome to America, circa 2019.
My house was sold back to the bank after a foreclosure the Referee listed my exhusband as the Grantor on the deed instead of me. He was removed from the deed by quit claim when we got divorced 12 yrs ago. He was still on the mortgage but he was no longer responsible for that either since he filed... Read more »
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