Am home sick and I need my brother to go the bank And withdrew some cash for me
The bank might accept a proper Power of Attorney. If you have a debit card you can just give him your password and he can take money from the ATM.
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Call the bank and advise as to the situation. The may require a formal "Power of Attorney" or "Letter of Permission" to effectuate the transaction. He can provide you with his ATM card and PIN #, but this course of action is frowned upon and almost certainly contrary to the provisions of the covenants in conjunction with the card issuance policies/agreed upon terms. Good luck.
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