Having been hit by a car as a pedestrian, I was financially desperate and applied for a loan. I was scammed out of $2000 and id theft. I have been a Premier Banker at Chase for 30 years. The fraud dept. said they would return my acct to previous status w/o even a signature once I pay what was overdue. As well, I received another letter saying I had 10 days to pay or my acct would be closed. I paid the overdraft and got id theft coverage. I complained to him that Meaghan was not acting in good faith due to a conversation at my local branch with local banker, (I was sitting in office), Meaghan, a VP, said she is not sure what she will do with my acct even if I comply. I could see my bankers face, horrified, but ever the consummate professional. I recently received notice from Meaghan stating my interests were no longer being served at Chase and they were closing my account having complied every step of the way after 30 years. I read a piece today how the govt is trying to keep up with scams as they are escalating fiercely in their grant dept. I don't believe Chase should get away with this. I have suffered PTSD and this is not helping and I was devalued by poor credit, etc
You need to speak to an attorney to analyze the facts. I don't see how there is any equal opportunity facts in the statement. How are you being discriminated against. An attorney is needed to really analyze all of the facts here before a decision can be reached.
Who scammed you out of $2000 and how? This appears to be the start of trying to recoup your losses. You should discus your situation with an attorney to see what can be done between the scam and being hit by a car there are multiple issues in your life that appear could benefit from speaking to an attorney.
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I think you're better off consulting with an attorney. This fact pattern sounds convoluted.
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