The receipt was given back to them with my account balance on it.
Since you received money, you don't appear to have suffered any harm as a result.
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You may want to consider closing that account and opening a new account if you are concerned about a third party having your bank account information. Look at your deposit tickets, generally, receipts given by banks will not have the entire account number on the receipt; only a few numbers are shown on the deposit receipt. However, if the person who deposited the money was never given your account number, he or she would have had to have known your full account number in order to deposit those funds.
However, as my colleague stated, you don't have any real civil recourse because the bank deposited money into your account, and didn't withdraw money from your account as to state a claim for an unauthorized withdrawal.
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