No, not unless there is a court order, this is why creditors request a copy of a potential borrower's bank statement. However, judgment creditors are extremely good at finding where a debtor has bank accounts so said judgment can be executed as a bank levy. The methods in which this is accomplished are not illegal but are often misleading. When this does happen, the bank cannot be held liable for having released the information.
If someone is willing to give their account away, then yes, someone can give you their account.
Yes, most all banks allow anyone to deposit money into an account of anyone else. When doing this, the receipt they give you showing the deposit will not show the balance of the other persons account, as this is private information.
Yes, someone could give you their account on Fantage.
The site doesn’t give information about people or banks.
Give it to a friend or someone
Usually banks will give you a letter after you get your bank account closed. This letter can be a paper letter sent out to your home address or an email. Eitherways banks send out a confirmation that your account was closed
Banks pay interest on savings accounts to give depositors an incentive to keep money into their savings accounts, which the bank will be able to use to generate a profit, usually by loaning it to someone else. That is the main business of banks.
Chex Systems Bites is a great site for a listing of banks where you can open a checking account with bad credit. They also have information on how the Chex System works and give recommendations on different banks. You can find the website at http://chexsys.tripod.com/goodbanks.html. Many, if not most banks, do not check your credit for a simple checking account. What they do check is if you've defaulted on a checking account at another bank. If another bank has reported you (rightly or wrongly) you will have a hard time getting an account.
I don't know what it means, because I can't quite parse the question. However, if you don't know what someone wants your account information for, you shouldn't give it to them (you probably shouldn't give it to them even if you do think you know what they want it for, unless you trust them a great deal).
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NEVER give your bank account information nor your employment information to debt collectors..
You can deny your spouse access to your bank account if the bank account isn't marital property. Different states have different laws specifying how long you have to be married to have marital property. Banks will often give information to spouses, even if they aren't on the account.
They don't have to, but if you ask, they almost certainly will.
Because, if someone has your bank account details and also knows your personal information like date of birth or phone number etc, they can impersonate you. They can pose as you and withdraw cash from your account. If you want to keep the money in your account safe, you must not give your bank account details to anyone.
Yes, but not me.
Technically yes, you'd have to update all their information, login id, password, name, address & credit card with your information. But if you're going to do that, you might as well just set up your own account.
Information text is when you give someone information
Yes. Someone already with a Minecraft account can give it to you, but they have to pay for it. If someone is kind enough to do this for you, it is free for you but not free for them.
You may not request or provide any private information such as usernames, accounts, or passwords. That is not a valid use of the site.
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