I was a sole proprietor that had a credit card and line of credit for my business with Bank of America in Florida. I also do my personal banking with them. I had to close my business and unfortunately had to default on my credit card and line of credit payments. Now they have taken the money that I owe out of one of my savings accounts that is actually an account for my son. I have several checking and savings accounts with them but they only took money out of this account, which I think is the only one that is not a joint account with my husband. Can they do this and is there a way for me to have them reverse this?
It is impossible to know if they can do this without review of the account agreements. Setoff rights are very common and normally allowable. So ask for the account agreements and review or get the assistance of a local attorney.
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Please review your account agreements to see what actions are permissible by the bank.