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Admirals Bank (Domestic Bank) Craig Baker; Dean Holt; , Joan Dunn;, Richard Dubois My name was signed to withdrawal slips that removed a total of $10
21st of Aug, 2011 by User976223
First in 11/2008 the first withdrawal slip was made out, and it wasnm't my signatures, and the amount $510.28. Then in July, 2009 I opened a checking account, and the Cranston Managers kept tranfering my money from one accout to another. Then in 11/2009 they started to withdrawing the money. But on Saturday, 1/16/2010 they withdrew $347.06 from a savings account, and it came from my three checking accounts, and I didn't know til the end of January, when I received a statement of overdraft fees, and I thought it was an error. So I put it aside. Then I received a second notice, and a bill for $50.00. Then I called the home office in Cranston, R.I., and talked to Joan Dunn, and she told me that I had only $22.00 in the bank. Then she had another manager call me to explain what happened to my money. 1st he said that I went to Coventry, R.I. to withdraw $10.00 from the ATM machine, and I told him that I never went to any ATM machines, and he went on saying that I paid a bill over the phone, and the company told me that none of my bills were at that amount, and finally he told me that on 1/16/2010 I went to Coventry,and closed all my accounts, and they have the pictures to prove it. Now I'm going to ask you a question: How can I be in two places at the sametime? On 1/16/2010, time: 9a.m. to 4 p.m. both my friend Clement La Plante were at U Sasve Autos on Warwick Ave.; Warwick, R.I. waiting for my car to be repaired. The first job was to replace motor mounts, which took three & half hours, and to replace a oil job, which took alittle more than three hours. Now I'm sixty-five years old, and I can't hardly walk without feeling alot of pains in both my legs, and hips. With all of what I told you. How could I travel twenty-two miles, to Coventry, and back to pick up my car by the time the garage closed at 4 p.m. without my car?I saw those pictures of me, but they were taken in 2008 at the R.I. Mall branch. You might ask; why would they do this? Just think of they did it to 1000 customers times $500.00 each times 1000 = $500,000.00, and this is how they are getting very rich. They were caught in 2009, mortage fraud, which cost the bank almost $7,000,000, and they were doing it again with ATM since 2007 to 2010, and three out of four security people went to prison for thirty years in Ct.. If I go to court I will ask for covered legal fees, punitive damages, and all my money back. Now who was present 12:30 p.m. that paid by credit card, and again the 2nd job paid by credit card at almost four p.m.? I didn't do anything wrong, and they aren't going to get away with stealing my money, and forging my signatures, too. This is called a White Collar Crime. I hope there are decent people that is willing to fight back, and will. Thank you! Mrs. Phyllis De la Cruz

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