You chose to leave out all the important details for some reason. Certainly, you asked someone at the bank to explain what happened and they answered. And? Does it make sense to spend hours of your time and hundreds or thousands of dollars to sue the bank and try to get a judgment for your damages, which are .... what? Nothing? Or, you can go to the bank and close the account. Which solution makes more sense?
Is there money in the account? If so, whose money is it? Is it a credit account? Any credit charges that may have caused damage to your credit, or that you are liable for? Who opened the account? We need more facts to answer your question appropriately. If you haven't suffered any damages, it would probably not be a good idea to sue.
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