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Complaint Review: SunTrust Bank/Today Management
SunTrust Bank/Today Management10904 Crabapple Road Roswell, Georgia United States of America
SunTrust Bank/Today Management Today American Management Corporate Controller retired in 2006 but in 2010 was charged for an overdraft on a client's bank account. Roswell, Georgia
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In 2006 I retired as Corporate Controller of Today American Management Inc. DBA Today Management which was bought out by Associa, Inc. ( property management company). In 2009 I was contacted by SunTrust Bank, Dawsonville, GA regarding $132.00 overdraft on an account. I gave them the name of the current Controller and contact information. I also notified the Controller, Kris Thoman and Michael Jenniges, President. The Controller assured me she would take care of it.
In June, 2010 I received a notice from NCO Collection Agency for $132.00 due to SunTrust Bank. I have written letters to all parties. I have never had an account at SunTrust Bank, personally, nor was there ever an operating account at SunTrust Bank that I signed on.
The last straw is that in October, 2010 NCO Collection Services put this on my credit report. It is the only blemish I have on my credit. I am totally frustrated and angry.
Can I sue all parties and is it worth it?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/22/2010 01:37 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SunTrust-BankToday-Management/Roswell-Georgia-30075/SunTrust-BankToday-Management-Today-American-Management-Corporate-Controller-retired-in-2-664697. 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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