Where does the money in my account with 'DSD' in the senders name come from?
You will fill out the name of the person you want to send the money to, name of the bank you will send the money to, the amount you will send, commission, and you, the senders', name and address. Read More
It's under the 'options' menu. Log-in to your email account, and click the small 'wheel' icon to the left of your sign-in name. Options is the last choice on the drop-down menu. That will present you with a large list of options, displayed to the left of the screen. Your safe senders & blocked senders can be set there. Read More
The names on the account are irrelevant. If you've given them the account number, the school will take the money from the account - whether you're the primary name or not.. Read More
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Sure. Most banks do not have any restrictions on who can deposit money into a customers bank account. Even if I want, I can deposit money into your checking account. All I need is to know your full name and your bank account number. So, your grand daughter can easily know your name and account number and she can happily deposit money into your account. Read More
with both senders and recievers first and last name on the mo website or by calling the mo institution Read More
The person whose name is on the account owns the money. The bank holds it for them. Read More
Only if your name is on the account. Read More
yes i can. Read More
If the account was in the name of the decedent only, the money in the account becomes part of the decedent's estate which is then distributed according to the will. Read More
If you have a joint account with an adult child and they close the account and move money to an account with their name only how can you get the money back?
Legally there isn't anything you can do. That is the difficulty of having a joint account. Read More
If you have no money on your account nothing will appear. If you do have money on your account it will appear next to your apple Id name in the top right corner Read More
You can put it into a trust account owned by an attorney; you can set up a trust of your own and open an account in the name of the trust, with a trustee's name; you can use the money to capitalize a new corporation of which you're the only shareholder and then deposit the money in the corporate account, among other ways. Read More
If it is in "THERE" name, No. If it is in "THEIR" name, maybe. Read More
Will the IRS levy my mother's bank account for my taxes if my name is on the account for inheretence purposes?
It sounds like your mother has an account with an "in trust for" phrase on the name of the account. She intends for you to inherit the money without that money having to go through the probate court. At least that is how it works in this particular state. Normally, the IRS does not touch that type of account. However, if you owe back taxes and the account contains any money when she dies, they… Read More
No. If someone is not an authorized signer or an account owner, they should not be permitted to withdraw money from your account. Is it sometimes done through accident (e.g., teller mistake) or fraud? Yes. Read More
The only way someone could deposit money into your account is if they have your full bank account number with the name on the account. If they have this information yes they can deposit money any time they want. Read More
doesn't matter: if the account is in YOUR name than you can withdraw at any time Read More
You will have to have a parent's name on the account until you are 18. Other than that, you need to have money for the account. Read More
If you have a joint checking account with your husband can he close it or remove your name without your signature?
He cannot remove your name from the account. However, he can close the account and then open a new account with the money. Just remember this can work both ways. With a joint account either person can go in and close the account out and then take the money and open themselves a new account. Most of the time it depends on who makes it to the bank first to close out the account. Read More
Plug up your iPod to your computer. A page will come up and somewhere on it it will say buy songs. Click it, type your password, and type in the song's name and it will bring it up (but you have to have money on your account). Then you click add and it takes money from your account and downloads the song to your iPod. Read More
The only way the drawee can get the money is by opening a bank account and then depositing the crossed demand draft into it. The purpose of crossed drafts is to ensure that the money is paid out only into a bank account. So, there is absolutely no way for you to get the money without opening up a bank account. Also, the name in your bank account must match the name on the draft… Read More
You can transfer money to the account of another person by simply making a deposit/transfer personally on the bank or another bank and the like, through access in the internet with the following data; account name, account number, recipient bank, and the amount of money to be transferred. Read More
If an individual deposited money into a bank account and placed someone else as a signer to that account can the signer draw funds off the account without first asking the owner?
You can put my name on the account and I'll try that theory out for you. Make sure its good money Read More
Business deposit slips are used for the person who is depositing money into an account. The person writes down how much money they are depositing into a certain account, the account number, and the name on the account. The deposit slip just shows the person that the money was deposited in the account and it provides a form of a paper trail in case the person needed it. Read More
~A parent can start the savings account for you. It will be under your name though. But you cannot take money out or put money in yourself until you're 18. Read More
No. As with any bank account only the account owner can withdraw money from the account. If the mother set up the account as a joint account with her daughter (with both mother's and daughter's name on the account as joint owners) the full ownership of the account passed to the daughter when the mother died. No one else can make withdrawals. Read More
It is called a deposit slip or a deposit challan. You fill in your name, account number and the amount you want to deposit in it. After signing you hand over the slip along with the money to the bank teller. The teller will accept the slip and the money and credit it into your bank account. Read More
It is called a deposit slip or a deposit challan. You fill in your name, account number and the amount you want to deposit in it. After signing you hand over the slip along with the money to the bank teller. The teller will accept the slip and the money and credit it into your bank account Read More
That number is the Zip Code where your item is from. The older slips asked for the senders Zip. The newer (peach) slips ask for senders name. If you have a number in that spot the slip was probably filled out by a veteran clerk or carrier. Read More
Yes, if it's a joint account in both your names. No, if the account is only in your name, unless it can be proven that he makes deposits into that account. Read More
Can you deposit money into your schwabb roth account at any time? Read More
Yes you can send money from india to anywhere in the world but moneygram will demand the beneficiary bank account , beneficiary account name, bank name, bank address, swift code, Aba number, routing number, beneficiary address. With this you can send money anywhere and it takes 8 hours before the receiver get the money Read More
Lets say - Judge Judy awards the plaintiff x amount of dollars for winning their case. I would like to know how does that plaintiff get paid. Does the plaintiff have to deposit the money into Court?
NO your Money will be deposited into a escrow account by your attorney. An escrow account is an account that your attorney name and your name is on that account. To make any withdrawal from tha account have to made by your attorney. You can close that account once that attoney receive their cost. but to close that account you are basically firing or relieving that attorney. Read More
You can transfer PayPal money into your Ameritrade account as long as you provide all of the correct information to PayPal. You will need to supply PayPal with your account number, name, address, and it must also include the PayPal bank information. Read More
How come one can withdraw money from a bpi family passbook even if the account is not under her name and without approval from the depositor?
You cannot. No bank would allow someone to withdraw money from another persons bank account without their approval. Trying to do so is illegal and you can be jailed for it. Also, if a bank is lax in its security precautions and allows such transactions, the bank can be closed by the central bank. Read More
A person can not get money out of your account without a check from you or your debit card. They cannot get money from your saving account at all if their name is not on the account, because a savings account is non-negotiable. A company on the other hand can get money from your account with a court order, your bank is suppose to give you every bit of information as to why they had… Read More
If the bank account is in your name (ie it is a joint account with your name on it) then you have the right to withdraw funds from it or to deposit funds into it. However if you feel that you should not be withdrawing money because it will upset the other person who jointly owns the account then perhaps you should discuss this with them before you make the withdrawal - there is more… Read More
If it is a joint account yes. If that persons Social Security number is tied to that account it can be taken. If they are taking it for a lien or garnishment the best solution is to close the account and open it in one name only. The name of the person not being garnished. Read More
Bank in London a Certificate of Deposit I want to verify if the money is in my name on the account What can I do to verift the this account?
hello i need to know if the certificate of deposit is in my name i want to verify if the money is in my name only on the account What can i do it is will to me only i have spend 10,,000 of funds get documents that is need to get the funds transfer to me lawyer over in London and nigeria i have some informaton i have a copy of a bank draft… Read More
If you have been notified that your bank account is going to be levied, the only way to avoid that is to either close the account or take your name off the account. You can also keep the account open and just never put any money into that account. Read More
Yes, they do. Unfortunately, they will take every penny that is in your account, and they won't tell you before they do it either. All they have to have is a judgement against you. I was falsely informed that if my husband's name was on the account that they couldn't take money from the account, but that wasn't true either. They can garnish any account with your name on it, or with you as a… Read More
If a joint checking account has a levy on it does it prevent the other owner from having direct deposit salary checks deposited?
any money can be deposited into a levied account. However regardless of who's money is deposited no one can withdrawl money from a levied account until the full amount of the levy is met and the levy has been removed. it's just my opinion but if you are part owner of a levied account I would make absolutely certain that your paycheck was no longer being direct deposited into that account.it can be pure misery… Read More
If you reside in a community property state it can be seized. If you have deposited any of your money into the account it can be seized. The best thing to do is to have separate accounts. Read More
The executor needs to maintain an account in the name of the Estate of the deceased, which can be opened by furnishing the bank with a copy of the Estate documents that name the executor. Read More
No. A person's salary can be paid only into a bank account that is held by the person to whom the salary is paid. For ex: if I work ABC company and get a monthly salary of USD $3000, the money can be credited only into a bank account that has my name as the account holder. It cannot be paid into your bank account. Read More