No, the account is closed.
No. Once a bank account is closed, the account number remains unused by the bank for seven or more years (it varies by individual bank). You may reopen a new account with the same bank, provided the first account was not closed by the bank for improprieties perpetrated by you.
It depends on why the bank closed your account.No If:The bank closed your account because you did not use the account for the past few months orThe bank closed your account because you did not maintain minimum balance requirements orYes If:a. The bank closed your account because the account was involved in suspicious activities like money launderingb. The bank closed your account because links to known terrorists or drug dealers were found from your bank accountc. The bank closed your account because you issued checks to people without maintaining sufficient balance in your bank account
my bank closed my account can i reopen the same account again
if bank closes yr account,it gets closed,or dead.
If a bank account is frozen, it can be closed by visiting the bank. A person can also close their bank account by calling the bank and speaking with a representative.
Yes, you can access your bank account online. If you are unable to access your account with the directions it gives you; you should call the bank and they can give you instructions to use the website over the phone.
This bank account at TCF bank had been closed for over six months.Now we are being charged for over draft protection.It looks like a annual fee thay are charging on a closed account.How can a bank charge on a closed account and then charge for insufficient funds.
Oh Yes. You can always look at the Cheques from a closed bank account. But, if you try to use them - then it becomes a crime. Issuing/using Cheques from a closed bank account is a criminal offence and you can be fined and/or jailed for doing so.
This really depends on your bank. A lot of banks now have Internet access. You would have to contact your bank about your account to set up access.
If it's his account you have access to and if its a joint account yes. If it's your own account no.
No Bank will ask its customers to verify their account detials online. It is a ploy by hackers to gain access to your account information.