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Checks on closed accounts. The FBI contacted a woman who had written a check on a closed account. The FBI was sent to interview the woman because her bank that had the closed checking account called the FBI to go and ask the woman what her intent was in writing checks on the closed account.
The woman was not home when the FBI got there. They left a notice for her to contact them. She sent them a letter or fax containing the following. There was a presumption by her bank that she was doing something wrong.
The visit by the FBI was an implied "charge" against her. The visit by the FBI was actually an implied "show cause" hearing as to why she should not be formerly brought up on express charges of some crime involving the closed account checks she had written. She could not make a statement in the letter or appearance to the merits of the implied charge of an impropriety concerning the closed account checks or else it would be testimony and she would be the "debtor" or looser in the matter.
She could not avoid contacting the FBI after they left the message. That would be a dishonor which would exhaust the FBI's attempt to ministerialy exhaust their remedies. She would be in dishonor, and that would give witness to the presumption being true and factual.
She elected to ask questions in the letter that became the response to rebut any presumption that she was in any dishonor or impropriety concerning her actions with the closed account checks.
I accept that the account in question with the bank is closed. This plea does not create a controversy. The plea is a fiction of law that grants jurisdiction to the court by admitting the well pled facts in the pleading so that the court can assist you in the matter of resolving the issue.
An acceptance gives the party accepting the matter the authority to handle the account for settlement and closure. Now the accepting party adds one or more new facts to the charging pleading which overcomes the presumption of the charge by avoidance of the charging conclusion of law.
I request that you please serve with me the Certificate of Protest from the Secretary of Treasury or my bank, if one exists on any of my drafts, so I can observe any error or mistake and correct said dishonor, if one exists. Since all commercial energy in existence comes from the mental and physical powers of the living people, and not from corporations or government, it is these living people who are the lenders or creditors to all of society.
Most people believe that the SSN was created to enslave the people by making them takers of benefits.Mar 04, · In our county the solicitors office has a bad check unit that handles NSF and closed account checks. As far as refusing checks, I get about $ to $ a year in bad checks.
About 70% of them are paid at some point. Writing against a closed account is against the law. When someone writes a check, they’re making a legal commitment that the money is in the account, and the funds will be available for the other person to . That's a pretty broad question.
I assume you're asking what happens if you write someone a check on your account that has been closed. When the person who receives the check tries to cash it, the bank will probably tell them the check is no good. Dec 14, · Is it illegal to write a check for a closed account?
I did my so called friend a favor, deposited a 60$ check in my account that was from him, and it came back about a week 1/2 later saying that the account is closed. Writing a check on a closed account is check fraud. Gary · 1 decade ago. 0. Thumbs up.
0. Thumbs down. Report Status: Resolved. Writing checks on an account you know is closed would be considered check fraud, which is a crime. So, yes, it is illegal. When you write a check to purchase an item, you are making a legal commitment to the business that the check is as good as cash.
Mar 30, · A Check Deliberately Written on a Closed Bank Account First, writing a check on a closed account is a CRIMINAL OFFENSE. It is not an NSF check for which you have to jump through hoops to get prosecuted.
File a criminal complaint. File a criminal complaint for the investment fraud.