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By  jonnymohio  |  2

Get a new bank. And when you close out your account at this bank, make sure they know the exact reason why. Don't let them sweet talk you back in. Be firm and go to another bank. Write a letter to the president of the bank with your complaint, publish it in a blog, on Facebook, on Twitter; coming here to FML was a step in the right direction.

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By  someguy945  |  0

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  someguy945  |  0

No, he just made it sound like the bank's mistake. Have you ever used a bank bill-pay system? You can either set up a one-time payment, or you can set up a schedule that does exactly what you tell it to do. The bank doesn't try to intelligently determine when your bills are due. It just pays when you tell it to pay.

By  jonnymohio  |  2

Get a new bank. And when you close out your account at this bank, make sure they know the exact reason why. Don't let them sweet talk you back in. Be firm and go to another bank. Write a letter to the president of the bank with your complaint, publish it in a blog, on Facebook, on Twitter; coming here to FML was a step in the right direction.

By  kukopia  |  0

You need to make copies of any all proof you have of what happened. You NEED to take the copies TO a bank location and then you NEED to talk with a MANAGER. You NEED to MAKE them resolve THEIR mistake!! Do NOT take 'no' for an answer. I went thru something similar when I wrote a check for $100 something and my bank paid out $1,000 something.

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