• Report: #772262

Complaint Review: US Bank

  • Submitted: Fri, September 02, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, September 19, 2011

  • Reported By: Elaine — Festus Missouri U.S.A.
US Bank
7300 Chapman Hwy Knoxville, Tennessee United States of America
  • Phone: 8003341941
  • Web:
  • Category: Banks

US Bank Elavon put hold on credit card receipts Knoxville, Tennessee

*Consumer Comment: Potential for laughs.

*Consumer Comment: Rik-rolled...

*Consumer Comment: Fun times

*Consumer Comment: Where have you done that Mr. Rik in Miami?

*Consumer Comment: I sometimes

*Consumer Comment: So...

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I am closing my business and had more business than usual. US Bank called and questioned the amount of business we were dong. When they found out we were going out of business they put a hold on credit card receipts in the amount of 5000.00. I threatened to stop taking credit cards and they withdrew the money from my checking account.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Potential for laughs.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

Rik has been claiming to do this for quite some time.   It would be really hilarious if someone actually started leaving feces in night deposit boxes all over south Florida.   Who do you think the Feds would look at first?  :-)))))))) 
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#2 Consumer Comment

Rik-rolled...

AUTHOR: I am the law - (USA)

Ok, let's really think about this, people.

Mr. Rik claims to have put feces (human or other) in a bank nightdrop. This means either:

A) He's committed a major crime and is stupid enough to admit it online for everyone to see (including the authorities).

or

B) He's never done anything like this in his life and is trying to make himself look like a "bad boy" for attention.

I'm leaning towards "B". This is the same individual who claims to beat up tow truck drivers, slash truck tires from businesses he doesn't like, steal merchandise from stores, and generally plow over anyone who tells him he can't do something (even the police).

It's been my experience that people that make such outrageous claims have either been molested by a loved one, have sexual inadequacies, or are physically weak. Do yourself a favor, people and ignore these obvious lies. He's apparently getting off on your responses.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Fun times

AUTHOR: mr rik - (USA)

Patticakes- "http://www.serviceslisted.com/profile/us-bank-miami"

It's fun to leave deposits while traveling also.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Where have you done that Mr. Rik in Miami?

AUTHOR: patti - (United States of America)

I'm curious where you have put feces in US Bank's night deposit box.  They do not have any branches in the east.  To respond to the poster, they most likely did this to reserve for any charge-backs.  Since you are going out of business, they are acting to protect their interests.  A person can only charge-back for a 60 day period after the transaction, so they will release the funds once that period expires.
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#5 Consumer Comment

I sometimes

AUTHOR: mr rik - (USA)

put feces in their night drop box.
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#6 Consumer Comment

So...

AUTHOR: I am the law - (USA)

You're either not understanding them or intentionally leaving out detail. No company would do this without a good reason. That'd be like asking for a lawsuit.
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