Not trolling, serious question.
We have a lot of meetings where company execs like to boast their accomplishments and growth projections. I'm happy for the company but beyond the fact that it's surviving covid, it has little impact on me.
Keep an eye out. Hopefully this means everyone should be getting them in the next couple days.
If you're American, how do you intend on spending your stimulus??!
Long story stort. My wife had 8 business cheques stolen from her book keepers house in December 2019. We were in the process of closing down the business ( it had not actually done any business in about a year ) when we noticed that ~$10,000 was missing from the account.
We contacted the police and bank immediately. Nothing has come from the police as they need certain things from the bank to proceed
We went through TD fraud department on 3 seperate occasions. And once through our financial advisor and they did nothing dispite the photo copys of the cheques from a different bank where they were deposited.
We than got in touch with the ombudsman which resulted in nothing aswell.
We were recently moved up the ladder through the ombudsman chain which has now been sitting for 3 months ( we were told 60days to hear something back )
Where do we go from here.??? The cheques were so obviously frauded ( incorrect signature, dates were wrong, in one case the cheque was dated for 2022 )
We are so damn frusterated. These 2 punks stole from us and nothing is being done. We have contemplated a lawyer but we dont know if we would ever see the lawyer fee back or how much it would actually cost to fight this injustice.
Does anyone have any actual advice for us?
• At the end of the 365 days, you will return to your normal human form.
• You will gain all of his abilities.
I actually do see how it's the most secure way of sending money and preventing banking disputes in the modern world, but like fuck am I trotting off to HSBC with my cheque when everything is fucking shut
The IRS issued cheques till the cut-off date of the 15th. I am a US citizen, however, I do not have a US-based bank account, so I will be receiving my cheque via mail. I live in the GTA, I have yet to see mine arrive. Has anyone received theirs?
Thanks for the input.
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The impact will be almost certainly deadly.
I just started a new lease in January. I was really lucky to have made friends with the landlady first while I was staying as an AirBnB host, and when she discovered of my struggles to find a new place, she offered to let me stay in the room for a fairly generous price.
She's been in Seattle with her boyfriend for a good part of January. I offered to transfer the money to her, but she said she preferred cheques and was okay with waiting. Fine. She's been back for maybe a couple of weeks now, and I gave her the cheque for January + the security deposit, and a cheque dated for Feb 1 for February's rent. She wasn't pushy about asking for the money at all, I actually had to go after her to make sure she got it.
We signed the lease as a month-to-month. I know it's Feb 2 and there's no rush in her cashing the Feb rent, but she hasn't even cashed the January rent and deposit yet. We've become genuine friends and I know she's just busy with med school and keeping up with her two properties (the AirBnB guests and her loans keep her going well enough financially, I'm sure), so I understand why she's in no rush. I also understand that she knows I'm in a tight spot financially, so she might want to make sure I get some leeway in that sense. But nowadays you can cash cheques digitally very easily, and I'd rather have her cash them ASAP and know how much money I have.
Should I just send a text saying "you can cash the cheques btw!" and keep it casual or? Idk how to bring this up, really.
I used the mobile app to deposit a cheque I wrote to myself from my other bank. I knew there would be a hold, but not for 2 weeks. But not only did they hold the cheque, they also restricted my online banking, so I can't even log in to see my funds. Which means I can't even pay bills. The crazy thing is, the funds have already left my other bank account and it's sitting in the RBC account and I can't even use my own money.
At this point, I am really frustrated. I've been on hold for hours and talked to multiple call center reps the past week. I visited the branch multiple times, but they just tell me the Fraud department is investigating a cheque I deposited because they have never seen it before. Is that a reason for locking it out?
I seriously regret using their online deposit function and I am beyond furious. It's been 2 weeks already. I've missed work because of this. What can I do at this point to get them to release the funds? Is this even legal? Is ombudsman the next step?
Seriously need help as I need access to my funds.
TL;DR: RBC locked me out of my own account when the funds have already left my other bank. They are holding my money hostage?
EDIT: Thank you for all the comments and advice. I have gone to the bank and they said they require photo ID and more proof. I already have everything they require. Will update if anything changes.