Bank of America Fraud Neglected and removing account without customer knowing

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Jul 19, 2018
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Bank of aAmeric had me in Check system for fraudulent activity in a account opened in Hunington Park, CA. I could not get any assistance resolving conflict due to social security number being inaccurate and account number deletion. Please help me account a $15,000 small claims lawsuit. They've really set me behind establishing funding support to establish transportation, real restate and businesses funding support.
Larry Christopher Mason

What's your desired resolution? I world like to file a judgement if possible through the supreme Court against neglecting to House proper client account information.

What's the value of your claim (in US $)? 15000

Date of transaction/travel date: 07/18/2014

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Mar 17, 2015
If the ssn used to set up account and one you provide are different, then I am not even sure what an attorney can do.

Neil Maley

Staff Member
Dec 27, 2014
New York
Was there identity theft involved?

An attorney can file a lawsuit against the bank if this was a case of identity theft or ifbthe writer has some type of proof that the social security number reported is not his.

But I do not believe $15,000 is a small claim court - I think California only goes up to
$10,000. If this is a legitimate case, many lawyers would be willing to take it in a contingency base to sue for damages.