I’ve had the same thing happened to me plenty of times.
I’ve explained that they can use Pay Pal, they can use Sure Pay by Wells Fargo, they can use Venmo, they can use square…there’s plenty of way someone can send you money without giving up your login information!
Don’t do it it’s a scam 100% say goodbye and don’t look back.
I am trying to figure out what to do with my situation..
Interestingly, the letter admits that the policy to choke the life out of the "unclean" actually existed.
Under Eric Holder, the US Justice Department acted as if those who alleged that there was such a policy in effect must be sampling the products of "legal" marijuana dispensaries in Denver.
Not only are you a depreciating asset, your depreciation accelerates! So in Wall Street terms, we would call you a trading position, not a buy and hold… In case you think I’m being cruel, I would say the following.
Odds and ends as I attempt to get back into the mix of banking law after some time off to deal with actual life: CU Consultant and newsletter publisher Marvin Umholtz recently reminded community banks and small credit unions that when it comes to all the hype (and, thus far, little action) about "regulatory relief," especially regulations being "tailored" for smaller institutions, "relief" won't include AML obligations.
From Marvin's most recent newsletter (email [email protected] subscribe) this tidbit concerning a July 28, 2017 House Committee on Financial Services hearing that featured Treasury Secretary Munichin: hearing, Representative Scott Tipton (R-CO), who represented the western slope of Colorado, remarked that he had heard a lot about BSA/AML and anti-terrorist compliance challenges from community bankers in his district.
They want to get into your account so they can drain it!
They claim that they been burned by other sugar babies and that this is the only way that they will deposit money into your account is by doing a mobile deposit.