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Broke, yet still tries to make people happy by buying Christmas presents, deserves having money stolen from him? I think your logic is flawed #64.

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Probably with TD.. All banks are pretty corrupt though.. I dislike the fact that I really only have x amount of dollars in physical cash.. And whatever is in the bank isn't really what I have, it's the banks and they could freeze it, take money without warning.. It's ridiculous that we must have a bank account if we want to be able to support ourselves. Interest taken just for having money in there, when it's not even our will.. "Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The ba

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go to a different bank of the same name or use a new bank? That one has dumbass people. How would someone else know $200 was taken? >.>

There has to be more to this story than that. Banks don't just take $200 from you. And if your identity was stolen and someone else took $200 from you then be thankful the bank is making it hard for someone carrying your ID and bank card to take more money or info from you. It's a sucky process to go through but usually it's in your best interest.

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Banks don't typically just take $200 from you, but they're run by humans, and humans do occasionanally make errors. If, for instance, someone keyed in the wrong account number in processing someone else's withdrawal, or accidentally processed a transaction of OP's twice, OP's bank account might have been wrongly missing some money.

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banks have taken my money on multiple occasions... go make an account with the bank in your wallmart, wait about 6 months and they will have taken a couple grand from you, claiming some kind of hiddin fee, like returend mail charges, or charges for account innactivity

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stealing your own identity and taking 200 dollars? ...it's preposterous and the payout is slim...the perfect crime!

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