- Report: #749116
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Complaint Review: BANK OF AMERICA AKA FIA CARD SERVICES
BANK OF AMERICA AKA FIA CARD SERVICESArizona / California Los Angeles, California United States of America
BANK OF AMERICA AKA FIA CARD SERVICES IDENTITY THEFT / FORGERY Los Angeles, California
*Consumer Comment: Bank Victim, It might be a good idea to.......
*Consumer Comment: Bank of America
*Consumer Comment: What?
*Author of original report: The Ripoff is fraud and Identity Theft
*Consumer Comment: I'm trying to figure this out
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credit union to advise them that someone had stolen $2,178.00 from my checking account. Since it was a Saturday, I was only able to leave a message explaining the unauthorized access of my checking account.
After a more thorough look into my account, I noticed that Bank of America and/ or it agents had made an unauthorized fraudulent check with my account information and company name. The
bank then received $2,173.00 by passing this fraudulent check.
On Tuesday, September 08, 2009, I called Bank of America and told them that they were causing my family distress by unlawfully accessing my bank account, by drafting an unauthorized check and
by receiving monies by passing this fraudulent check.
The Bank official after having a long
discussion with me about the fraudulent act committed against my wife and I,
she said that they would return our money to our checking account by a wire
transfer in about 10 to 15 days.
I called my credit union and advised
them what I found out about the unlawful taking of funds from my account. I
told them, what Bank of America (representative) told me regarding them putting
my funds back into the checking account (in 10 to 15 days).
The Credit Union representative said that they would document the events and would be awaiting my declaration, stating that I did not authorize this transaction.
The police Detective contacted the Bank of America Investigator who was responsible for investigating the fraud and theft of my identity. The police Detective contacted me to advise me that the Investigator told her that she was not able to find out how this happen and who did the transaction. The case is still open and the police department is awaiting the culprit behind this crime.
Over the next year, I had been in fear that the unknown BANK OF AMERICA Employee would attack my account again, buy things in their name/ companies name or open new account in his or his companies name.
This complaint against defendants Bank of America, its executives, its subsidiaries, agents and/or representatives and was a willful act of misconduct, intentional infliction of emotional distress,
fraud and negligence and identity theft upon myself, my company and my family. A police report was filed but the bank stonewalled.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/05/2011 02:28 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/BANK-OF-AMERICA-AKA-FIA-CARD-SERVICES/Los-Angeles-California-/BANK-OF-AMERICA-AKA-FIA-CARD-SERVICES-IDENTITY-THEFT-FORGERY-Los-Angeles-California-749116. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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