AllianceOne — Unathorized bank charge
I am an authorized representative payee for a person on Social Security disability who receives $674 per month. I put that check in my Bank of America checking account to hold for this person's housing cost. Alliance One, with the help of B of A, charged my account twice, once for $761, then again for a $100 fee (!), leaving me $95.00. I learned from B of A these charges are for 3 unpaid parking tickets, making each ticket $287! I was never notified by Alliance One, asked to set up a payment schedule, or told anything about the debt. Alliance One, with the help of Bank of America, grabbed someone else's money because it was in my account. I've never seen or heard of this kind of practice, from a collection agency or a bank. Needless to say, my B of A account is now closed. I am in contact with the SSA, the State Attorney General's Office, the State Dep't of Financial Institutions, plus the BBB for good measure (for all the good it will do to recover these funds). Read on about the malicious, illegal practices of Alliance One. Anyone interested in a class action suit?
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