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in the state of indiana can your bank cancel your debt card

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Subject: in the state of indiana can your bank cancel your debt card
 
Posted on Wed Mar 30, 2016 4:08 am  

the reason why I am wanting to knw the answer to this question is my fiancé is currently incarcerated and he had me come get all of his belongs from the jail. He gave me permission to use his debt card via phone and video visit so I could pay off some debts he had to probation and bills that he had coming up that were due and to help with bills, he was the main provider of the house. A couple day back I was trying to get money out of his account that he asked me to get to pay some stuff off that he needed to have done before his next court dat and the system at the bank shut down. So that next day I went into his bank and let them know so they were aware that it was saying that I had gotten that money and I never received it because the system had crashed. So then the next time when I went into the bank to let them know it was still saying that the money was missing from his bank account the said they cancel his card cause they had no proof that I was allowed to have his bank card?? I am wondering if this is something they were allowed to do without his card being reported lost or stolen? I have looked all thru his papers that he received when he opened his bank account and I cant find anything where it says they are aloud to do this. thanks so much for taking the time to read my message!
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Posted on Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:47 am  

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