NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE -- Depositing our money in US Bank has proven to be unsafe and unsound.
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On May 31, 2002, US Bank in Nashville, Tennessee allowed a $61,000 (sixty one thousand dollars) theft from a senior citizen and his family savings account by a person who had no ownership or partnership and whose name is not on the account.
A federal government employee for the Veterans Hospital converted this money without the account owners knowledge or consent.
A complaint was filed to the OCC who regulates national banks. The vice president of US Bank gave false statements to this government agency in what I believe was an attempt to cover up their gross negligence.
The OCC informed that there are no laws protecting the depositors. FDIC insured is only if the bank fails.
A lawsuit has been filed in Davidson County Circuit Court and US Bank by and through their attorney's have once again filed false statements.
US Bank allowed a $61,000 conversion and then turned their backs on their customers now making them victims of crime.
National Banks should not be above the law!
MOST OF US -- Avoid getting a 5-star screwing from US Bank.
3 Replies - Latest reply on 01/05/2013Add reply
Check out the many customer and employee complaints against this bank and its predecessors, the scandals, and the allegations of wrong doing. Check out how this bank gave me, a 12 year customer, a major screw-over.
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