No. The custodial parent or state child support agency would need to file suit, obtain a judgment and then use the judgment to levy the obligated parent's bank account, or the account holder would need to voluntarily allow withdrawal of funds. A judgment is not necessary for an obligated parent's tax refund (state or federal) to be seized for back child support.
Contact Blizzard Support. They should be able to restore the account for you if you have the account information. You can be honest about the deletion and tell them someone else deleted it on you without your permission.
Yes. Just as you can close it without their permission.
Not without court permission, unless for child support and maybe certain taxes.
no it can't cause that is you account not somebody else
They could but it is illegal without your permission.
Legally, in most cases, yes. Ethically, no, not without permission.
No one can write a check on any checking account that does not have them as a signer. If their name is not on the account it is called fraud. If their name is on the account a check can be written without permission, even if you are the main signer
Yes they can. They can also suspend your driver's license without notification. They can attach to any assets that you may have to obtain the back child support including checking, savings, a home, a car that you own etc.
No. It is your account and the bank cannot move funds from one account to another without your approval or rather without you asking them for it.
No its 18
Hacking without permission will always be illegal.
Change your passwords.
Of course. That's the purpose of a "joint" account.
No. A bank cannot do that. A bank cannot transfer money from one account to another without prior approval or permission from the account holder from whose account money is going to be taken. If such a thing happens, the affected customer can sue the bank.
No. Nobody can do that unless they have a cheque signed by the account holder.
I believe no
Yes If You have A Joint Bank Account i guess
You can't, your banned for purchasing credits without adult permission ect...
you can get in a wholeleap of trouble
In order to have "auto-pay" YOU would have had to authorize it. How, then, could you say that it was "without your permission?"
WestPac Online Banking is a good way of banking many different ways. A person can view a checking account, savings account, deposit checks and setup everything on the computer without seeking a bank rep.
Yes. If husband is not on the account.