By BrokeAsHeck - 23/03/2018 15:00

Today, for the second time in a year, I am a victim of bank fraud. All my money was in there, and I move today. FML
I agree, your life sucks 4 338
You deserved it 308

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You may want to consider moving banks. But seriously that sucks.

Maybe you can move into the bank vault and keep an eye on your pile of money?

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You may want to consider moving banks. But seriously that sucks.

Maybe you can move into the bank vault and keep an eye on your pile of money?

Donut_Wizard 23

That’s what you get for talking to strangers.

CrazyTrainWreck 19

I guess you won't be breaking the bank anytime soon.

AzrielB 8

That's why I keep all my money in my car's glovebox, no one would think to steal it cuz it's a convertible!

What kind of bank fraud though? Is the bank at fault, or did someone use your info to get your money?

thatslifeiguess7 16

For me it was my ex using my SSN to buy stuff online. his sister even bought a car which in a mix up my car was taken by repo. shes in jail now. go to a credit union. my credit union calls me if anything over 100 bucks is tried. idiot has 5 sisters 3 are idiots. one opened a credit card, finger hut. the other day my credit union called me to ask if I was in a branch trying to take out 300 bucks. nope I was in a different city. next one to go to jail. credit unions watch your credit better. good luck

You may want to consider a new bank. I had my account info taken and 1700$ spent in one day. When I caught it i filed what's known as a dispute, they instantly put the money back in, but if my dispute was proven false they would have removed it again. But 3 months later I got a letter saying the dispute was settled and all my money returned.

Once, cool. Twice? Who the hell are you giving your information to? Did you not learn from the first time? YDI