Filing a complaint with the attorney general and filing a report

Ji Ji
Occasional Contributor
No one wants to help, USAA wants to hold me responsible for their actions. I am getting all of my funds back either through USAA or I will have to file a report with authorities, and file complaints with the FDIC, ATTORNEY GENERAL etcétera. I already have to fight for respect being black and a woman alone but there is no way this bank is getting away taking what is rightfully mine. I see usaa reps replying to certain posts but no one ever reach to mine because they know I'm telling the truth. But I already have my proof, audio and visual proof. I didn't work those 40 hours per week for this bank to steal $500 from me, USAA will take your money and try to come up with ways to justify it but don't lose hope if it happens to you. File a report so they may be investigated.

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Right on..USAA is a scam. They pimp out vets on their tv ads.

Ji Ji,

Thanks for posting in Community. It's disappointing to see that you feel this way as this is not our intent. We realize this matter is important to you and regret to hear of any issues you are experiencing. I have escalated your concerns and would like to engage a specialist to follow-up with you.

Lol!! I was told the same thing! You guys are a bunch of thieves and all of your complaints show it! Next up, CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT. It’s time for you to get all the bad karma you put people through! #DISCRIMINATION, LIARS, THIEVES, USAA.

Hello Jbae43,

I had this issue recently with USAA.  The depository agreement does not state a cut off time, which is now apparently 9:00 pm, although the representatives at USAA never supply the time zone.  When I made my deposit it gave me a notification that funds will be available immediately and would I like to continue and proceed to select yes.  After I log out my account and immediately log back in, the deposit amount was reflected in my available funds balance. I discovered the next morning that funds were available the next day which caused a check that I written to be rejected.  USAA enforce a 9:00 pm deadline with no official notification to their customers.  They then proceed to try to fall back on their depository agreement which has a "generally" statement but if you give notice to your customer that states otherwise then that later notice applies. Which in this case was the "immediately availability" statement, will supersede the general policy statement in depository agreement.  I see now that USAA has a long standing of deceptive and fraudulent practices.  I am currently gathering information and looking for other customers whom have issues with USAA to begin a class action lawsuit.  If you or anyone else is interested, you may contact me via email at ltdonyee@yahoo.com.

Hello Disabled Vet#2,

I had this issue recently with USAA.  The depository agreement does not state a cut off time, which is now apparently 9:00 pm, although the representatives at USAA never supply the time zone.  When I made my deposit it gave me a notification that funds will be available immediately and would I like to continue and proceed to select yes.  After I log out my account and immediately log back in, the deposit amount was reflected in my available funds balance. I discovered the next morning that funds were available the next day which caused a check that I written to be rejected.  USAA enforce a 9:00 pm deadline with no official notification to their customers.  They then proceed to try to fall back on their depository agreement which has a "generally" statement but if you give notice to your customer that states otherwise then that later notice applies. Which in this case was the "immediately availability" statement, will supersede the general policy statement in depository agreement.  I see now that USAA has a long standing of deceptive and fraudulent practices.  I am currently gathering information and looking for other customers whom have issues with USAA to begin a class action lawsuit.  If you or anyone else is interested, you may contact me via email at xxxxxxxxx

 

 

 

 

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Hello Ji Ji,

I had this issue recently with USAA.  The depository agreement does not state a cut off time, which is now apparently 9:00 pm, although the representatives at USAA never supply the time zone.  When I made my deposit it gave me a notification that funds will be available immediately and would I like to continue and proceed to select yes.  After I log out my account and immediately log back in, the deposit amount was reflected in my available funds balance. I discovered the next morning that funds were available the next day which caused a check that I written to be rejected.  USAA enforce a 9:00 pm deadline with no official notification to their customers.  They then proceed to try to fall back on their depository agreement which has a "generally" statement but if you give notice to your customer that states otherwise then that later notice applies. Which in this case was the "immediately availability" statement, will supersede the general policy statement in depository agreement.  I see now that USAA has a long standing of deceptive and fraudulent practices.  I am currently gathering information and looking for other customers whom have issues with USAA to begin a class action lawsuit.  If you or anyone else is interested, you may contact me via email at ltdonyee@yahoo.com.