If you are delinquent in repaying your credit card debt can your bank account be 'frozen' if the account is with a different bank than the one in which you hold an account?

Even though I do believe your privacy policy has been invaded, I do believe the bank can freeze your account. Answer Yes, if the creditor obtains a judgment by means of a civil suit against the debtor the judgment can be executed as a bank account levy, this means the judgment creditor can remove all non exempt funds from the account until the judgment is paid. Where the account is joint and only one of the account holders is being sued and/or the creditor plaintiff believes the defendant debtor may try to withdraw all the funds the plaintiff can request the court to 'freeze' the account until the suit is settled.