Yes, you don't owe them money, but they took a loss.
Banks can can refuse to do business with someone they consider high risk. Try getting a credit card from American Express if they ever took a loss on you. The vast majority of credit unions will close down all your accounts if they were included in bankruptcy.
Maybe with time USAA will let you back in to full access.
Well just got a phone call from Lisa xxxxx at USAA saying the CEOs office has reviewed my request to overturn the block on my account due to the bankruptcy from when I was injured in Iraq let's take this to the NEWS and show how USAA is treating us disabled veterans
USAA Debt Protection for Credit Cards clearly does not apply if you file bankruptcy. Try actually reading the policy.
You must be in a different infantry than the rest of us. A responsible infantry officer hopes never to get injured, but plans their family finances as though it will happen. Infantry "buddies" are not Navy Relief. If one of your "buddies" is naive enough to lend you a thousand dollars or more and then -- for whatever reason -- you stiff him, that's one less buddy in your collection. Always.
PPPPPPP. You slept through that lesson in OCS.
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