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Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account Basics

A Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account can help you close unauthorized accounts, avoid unjustified fees, and help preserve your credit. Be it identity theft or a simple mistake, you likely don't want to leave an unauthorized account in your name open. Your name your credit could be at stake or you may end up responsible for fraudulent charges. It's time to take action; filing a Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account can help you sort everything out.

Use the Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account document if:

  • There's been an unauthorized bank account opened under your name.
  • You've called the bank to request closure, and are sending a formal written statement.


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You don't need a social security number to open a bank account and identity thieves know this. If you're a victim you might need a Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account. If you received a suspicious statement in the mail, a mark on your credit report for writing bad checks, or notification from a check verification or collection agency, It's time to figure out where this account is, and close it. When you send a Request to Close a Fraudulent Bank Account, you're helping to clear your name and protect your credit.

Other names for this document: Letter to Close an Unauthorized Bank Account

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