Bank of America (Headquarters)

Holding check after funds clear

 

My Complaint: BANK OF AMERICA WARNING! I got a settlement check from my lawyer, and he wrote a check to me on his BOA account. It has been several days since release.

Last night he called the bank, and they verified that the check had CLEARED, yet they CONTINUE to HOLD FUNDS PER THEIR POLICY.

Chase bank VERIFIED that they are the ONLY BANK to not communicate and RELEASE FUNDS after checks have cleared.

I ATTEMPTED to contact them but as I was not an ACCOUNT HOLDER
I could not get past their COMPUERIZED SYSTEM to speak to a HUMAN.

By HOLDING FUNDS and NOT RELEASING THEM after funds have CLEARED, they have caused myself and my DISABLED WIFE, UNDUE PAIN AND SUFFERING.

CONTACT ME if you or someone you know has had this situation. I am going to the MEDIA, along with my DISABLED WIFE to expose this SCAM. we will be attempting to file a CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT for this DEVIOUS MATTER.

I was informed by CHASE bank that they are the ONLY bank that does not COMMUNIATE OR RELEASE FUNDS after the check clears.

My lawyer contacted them last night, and they informed them that the FUNDS CLEARED! They are just holding funds because they DONT CARE.

This will be posted ALL OVER social media, and sent to local news outlets.

THANK YOU very much, BOA

 

My Demand: PAIN AND SUFFERING

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