Hi, Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know about a recent small victory in the no-SSN corner.
I recently tried to open a bank account with my local bank , and when they asked for a SSN, I informed them that I didn't have one. They flatly refused and said that without a SSN that they absolutely could NOT open an account of any kind. I then proceeded thus to convince them that they were in the wrong: 1) I informed them that I had terminated my SSN legally in accordance with 20 CFR 3 A7 404.1905 and 2) I informed them that the bank could not be held legally responsible by anyone for failing to obtain a SSN from me pursuant to 31 CFR 103.34(a)(1) and 3) I informed them that under the Internal Revenue Code Section 6041, that they were not even required to provide any taxpayer identification numbers on the Form 1099 that they file with the IRS at the end of the year, and 4) I informed them that pursuant to 26 CFR 301.6109-1(c) that they were under no legal obligation to obtain a SSN from me, and 5) I informed them that 42 USC 408 makes it a FELONY to use threat, duress, or coercion to try to force a person by fear or deceit to provide his SSN in an unlawful manner. After a brief meeting with the banks controller and legal counsel, I received a phone call stating that I would be allowed to open a checking account. Please pass this information along to your readers, in hopes that it may help someone else who may find themselves in this situation.
I'm sorry Craig I just can't agree with you. I already tried that. Seems like the known "Patriot Act", is a statute enacted by the United States Government that President George W. Bush signed into law on October 26, 2001. Any U.S. institution to such banks will make sure they are not engaging in money laundering. Banks must identify all the nominal and beneficial owners of any private bank account opened and maintained in the U.S. by non-U.S. citizens. You have no rights to private banking anymore. In thirty days if a social security number is not associated with the account the checks and balances within the banks will return the account to the account holder and ask ththe acount holder to fill in the ss number of remove the account from the bank.
Sorry Guy, Graig is right and you are wrong the Patriot Act is not applicable in this matter because there is no mandatory requirement to present a Social Security number when opening up a bank account in Section 326 and even if Section 326 had a mandatory requirement it wouldn't be in effect due to only three provisions of the Act have been renewed and those three provisions are the "court-approved roving wiretaps", "court-approved seizure of records and property" and "lone wolf surveillance". These are the only parts of the USA PATRIOT that are still law the rest of the Act is dead and to make sure I was correct, 4 weeks ago I called Senator Chuck Schumer's office in Washington D.C. to confirm it and one of his aids confirmed it for me. As for the other three provisions I just mentioned, they have nothing to do with a person being force to present a Social Security number to the bank. Next time read the Act first before you go posting things on the website
Summit Acceptance Corp. was bought out by Capital One Auto Finance. You will need your acct # or give your Social Security Number when calling. Ask for the title department.
Go the SSA gov web site for some information about social security benefits. You probably will not be able to see your account information but that is where you will have the correct information that want or need from. Click on the below related link.
does the adcb have an iban number of my acct.
who handkes 770 acct
I opened my acct there and the routing number is 114000653.
If the account is not protected then you can view it without anyone knowing.
I'm sure the law must be the same for ss in every state. No !!! your social security can not be garnished by anyone but the United States Government. Period. The creditor can get a judgment and put a hold on your acct in an attempt to garnish it. Stay calm and work with your bank. I had mine settled in a day. There is a form for you to check off informing the court that you truly do only have Social Security Deposits in the bank and no other income. If your bank is as good as mine they will walk you right through it. I am in the state of Oklahoma
If you can get their birthdate and social sec # then you can open a custodian savings account. If you do not have this info youcan open a savings with your social sec. # and title it "In trust for (child's name).
You need to ask the bank.
small companies start with an LLC for some protection then up to C corp unless you have a very good acct that knows how to shelter from Social security payments until end of year accounting dont bother with S sorp.
the first set of numbers is your chq # the next set would be your branch # then institution # then acct #