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Baxter Credit Union


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A 3rd Party Judgment...
Posted by Msujunkie on 05/26/2008
So much for trusting your bank and them putting your money as ease in a safe place. Some 3rd party judgemnt is filed and the bank freezes my account and hands them over the money....are you kidding me? This happens in the movies!

Do not deal with the Baxter Credit Union, horrible banking rules and regulations and further-more screw you.
     
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Posted by Mrs. V on 2008-05-26:
Ummm... Why was this course of acction taken?

If the 3rd party had a court order, then the bank has no choice.

Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-26:
I agree with Mrs._V. If the sheriff shows up with a court order the bank has to abide.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-26:
The solution is not to have judgements against thee!
Posted by Starlord on 2008-05-26:
I was going to say also that if the third party has a judgement, which is a court order, they have no choice. the have to surrender any funds you have on deposit to satisfy the judgement. I worked in a sheriff's Civil Division, and this is something we did every day. Whaen a case came across our desk, we did an asset search to determine what property and funds the person had. We would staqrt seizing stuff and selling it until the jusdgement was satisfied. Funds on deposit are much easier, as we did not have to sell them to convert the goods to cash.
Posted by Starlord on 2008-05-26:
I was going to say also that if the third party has a judgement, which is a court order, they have no choice. the have to surrender any funds you have on deposit to satisfy the judgement. I worked in a sheriff's Civil Division, and this is something we did every day. Whaen a case came across our desk, we did an asset search to determine what property and funds the person had. We would staqrt seizing stuff and selling it until the jusdgement was satisfied. Funds on deposit are much easier, as we did not have to sell them to convert the goods to cash. The bank or financial institution has no choice in the matter.
Posted by Starlord on 2008-05-26:
I was going to say also that if the third party has a judgement, which is a court order, they have no choice. the have to surrender any funds you have on deposit to satisfy the judgement. I worked in a sheriff's Civil Division, and this is something we did every day. Whaen a case came across our desk, we did an asset search to determine what property and funds the person had. We would start seizing stuff and selling it until the jusdgement was satisfied. Funds on deposit are much easier, as we did not have to sell them to convert the goods to cash. The bank or financial institution has no choice in the matter.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-26:
Outstanding echo, starlord. How the heck did you do that...do that...do that...do that?
Posted by Starlord on 2008-05-26:
I have no idea, Doc, All I know for sure is that it happens every once in a while, all I can think of it taht I edited it for typos and it apparently saw the edits as new posts. Sorry.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-26:
No problem, starlord and no need to apologize! It's a computer system...and as in "Westworld"...nothing can go wrong. Go wrong...go wrong...go wrong...go wrong...
Posted by Ponie on 2008-05-26:
Ghost, that's funny. It's happened to me a couple of times in the last day or two also...also...also. (I like your version better.)
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