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KarenJfs
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Subject: Took back payment
 
Posted on Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:04 am  

I called my mortgage in 8/2 and and 8/6 they took it out of my account 8/7 the bank then had a problem with my daughter bank account and froze her but since she was on mine they froze mine and then 8/8 took back my mortgage money and did it to my car insurance but put that back but not my mortgage payment can they do that?
very upset
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Subject: the bank taking money out of my account without my permissio
 
Posted on Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:23 pm  

First, the money taken out of my account was not for a loan, but was for a mistake a teller made when she cashed my check. I was give $500.00 over the amount of the check, which I feel I should not be responsible since the teller did not review the check correctly. What is your opinion on this?
Mike Lighthart
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Subject: chase bank
 
Posted on Sat Nov 10, 2012 4:05 am  

I cash a chase check at chase for 560.00 .I only have 40.00 in my account.A week after I get a notice Im negative 532.00 because the check was NSF .Why would they cash that check.I call and they said I deposited it I did not .I cash it and walk out with 560.00.There weak liars and pretty much suck
Ann
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Subject: Do not like good faith offer on mortage
 
Posted on Sat Nov 24, 2012 7:21 pm  

After recieving a good faith offer on a home mortage, it was not right
We said we were not interested. A month later the mortage lender of the bank took $500.00 with out a word or our permission, what can be done about this
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Posted on Sat May 04, 2013 2:39 am  

Anybody know good attorneys in nc?
crorkz matz
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sharron
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Subject: need advice
 
Posted on Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:22 am  

my husband has a chase account n has always had a very good amount in his account just in case a rainy day lol well we just got a notice sayine he owes money the seller wumu and merchant pnb and original creditor pnd anyway my husband has never had a wumu account but has had a chase account for a few years i told him to pullall his money out before they claim they can just do that he say he never had a wumu account its bullshit and they better not touch his money the paper say they wont sue us for debt cause its soo old well how is it old if hes never had an account what should we do?? and mind u hers only one bank for a few ytears and thats chase and hes nver been negative or close to it so were kind of at a lose to this what do we do please help!!!
sharron
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Subject: need advice
 
Posted on Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:22 am  

my husband has a chase account n has always had a very good amount in his account just in case a rainy day lol well we just got a notice sayine he owes money the seller wumu and merchant pnb and original creditor pnd anyway my husband has never had a wumu account but has had a chase account for a few years i told him to pullall his money out before they claim they can just do that he say he never had a wumu account its bullshit and they better not touch his money the paper say they wont sue us for debt cause its soo old well how is it old if hes never had an account what should we do?? and mind u hers only one bank for a few ytears and thats chase and hes nver been negative or close to it so were kind of at a lose to this what do we do please help!!!
sharron
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Posted on Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:26 am  

sorry bout all the typos anyway hes never had a wumu account only chase it has never been negative or close to it and all of a sudden they claim he owes 4000 how hes never had wumu or been negative in his chase account wat can we do
cant get rite
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Posted on Mon Dec 14, 2015 4:52 pm  

had a WaMu debt back in 2007 that wasnt payed. if i decided to open a checking account with another bank will they try to take my money to pay WaMu old debt
eusebio
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Subject: banks who robs you
 
Posted on Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:48 pm  

well then banks shouldnt mind THE FEDERAL-TRADE-COMMISSION come in and investigate the peoples complaints and records....with that said...by the way..FTC loves banks,hefty fines...I bet they'll find something to to fine them with!!
eusebio
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Subject: banks that takes the customers money without permission
 
Posted on Fri Jan 15, 2016 3:06 pm  

to thethose banks ..need to be harshly fined specially those involved at those from top of rhe ladder
spencer
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Subject: pesky bankers
 
Posted on Fri May 13, 2016 10:43 pm  

I am a 17 year old, who recently opened a checking and savings account. I had a job about 6 months ago, and i saved up a couple of thousand dollars. I was forced to quit the job because of a back injury i suffered. Being a minor I couldn't qualify for workmens comp. I was recently forced to spend a majority of the money i had saved on medication and hospital fees. I had $50 dollars left in my savings. The banks monthly service charge was $30. The charge was deducted from my account. This left $20 in my account. Me being 17 and unaware of the banks stipulations, was charged another $25 for having one to many withdrawls. Now I have $-5, and the withdrawl fees the bank charged me over drafted my account. Now I owe the bank over $100 in overdraft fees. Only in America can a Minor work a 50 hour work week for less than minimum wage, pay over %30 in taxes, be forced to pay out of pocket for health care , and finally bankrupt by a bank that does not pay a cent In taxes and has received billions of dollars in bailouts.
MoneyFROM?
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Subject: chase wont respond
 
Posted on Thu Sep 15, 2016 5:41 pm  

I married a woman that is fraud as fraud can be,she gets by with the help from professional of her own kind,she was or is still married to a stock broker in Peru,Any way I cant find her she took quarter million from me over 11 yrs-looking thur old statements our account shows she took out $50.00 from HSBC RS How can i find out whats going on I HHave the account number=or perhaps i have an account and dont know about it,she is good friends with 2chase manager.
Quiose
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Subject: Money
 
Posted on Sun Nov 27, 2016 8:46 pm  

You people are walking dead people. The government can take all of your money from your accounts with no permission. Get ready walking dead people. Your going to wake up one morning with no money in your accounts. As for you people with a retirement nest that you worked so hard for your whole life will soon be wiped out! Very soon! You will see! You people are all clowns parading down the street acting so buffoonish thinking that it won't happen. Hey get ready it's going to happen sooner than you think! Mark my words! Oh I forgot I'm talking to the living dead people.

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