Bank Issues Unverified DEATH Notices to Credit-Reporting Agencies

Bank Issues Unverified DEATH Notices to Credit-Reporting Agencies

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A woman have recently found out that her bank, Wells Fargo, declared her dead without any verification.

Fox News reported that Judy Cashner disclosed that the bank passed along errant information about her “death” to three credit-reporting agencies.

Cashner admitted feeling mildly amused when her “estate” received one of the letters.

The laugh, however, shortly ended after she and her husband could not refinance their home to help pay for a new septic tank.

“My income was not available because I was deceased,” said Cashner.

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In response, Wells Fargo said it plans to investigate what went wrong. But the bank declined did not go into details about the case, citing privacy concerns.

“At first I thought they’d just cancel the credit card and it was kind of funny, but now it’s not,” Cashner shared.

The woman said Wells Fargo customer service employees did not seem very concerned when she tried to explain her problem.

The bank has, in fact, made some negative headlines in recent years.

In February, it agreed to a $3 billion deal to settle probes into a practice of charging customers for unneeded accounts so it could meet sales goals.

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