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Bank helps strip club rob soldier

By Glen Ashman

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Disgusting behavior by Bank of America, which not only has mishandled this case, but also has insulted America's troops by not showing some compassion. Only a complete moron at a bank would begin to believe that a soldier could run up that charge in an evening at a club or bar:

Former Army Reservist Says Bank of America Left Him With $25,000 in Debit Charges

John McDevitt, a U.S. Army reservist from Clayville, N.Y., said Bank of America and Visa have not helped him re-coup $25,243.71 in fraudulent charges accrued on his debit card almost two years ago while he was on leave from service. McDevitt, 52, of Clayville, N.Y., was not aware of these differences while served in Afghanistan for a year. He spent his two free weeks in Greece in November 2010 according to a policy afforded to soldiers deployed in a combat zone.

http://news.yahoo.com/former-army-reservist-says-bank-america-left-him-143641676--abc-news-money.html

Full post as published by It's (Barely) Legal on April 04, 2012 (boomark / email).

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