Please read the LONG story of BBVA Compass bank closing my accounts due to my publications in the ABOUT page.
There are some amusing aspects to this documentary.
The Kingman branch manager Mark Huling refused to provide his name and threatened to sue me in small claims court for $5,000 if I publish his name.
Mr. Huling, I’ll accept the waiver of service if you fax your complaint and summons to 571-222-1000. I’m REALLY looking forward to seeing that lawsuit!
However, it’s NOT funny that they apparently filed a false police report and falsely accused me of trespassing.
Fortunately, banks have security video to prove that I cashed their checks and asked for the branch manager’s business card. Mark Huling didn’t allow the teller to give it to me, and when I tried to take a picture of Mr. Huling they all screamed that I can’t take pictures, so I left.
I was NOT trespassing and NOBODY asked me to leave.
So before I find out why they charged a $38 NSF fee while my account never went negative, I’ll try to determine WHO falsely accused me of trespassing and who filled out the bizarre “Warning / Equipment Repair Order” at the Kingman Police Department.
WHO made the decision to close my accounts due to my publications?
Will BBVA Compass close the accounts of all customers who dare to ask questions about their policies?
What does the Federal Reserve Bank in charge of regulating banks have to say about all this?
I can’t wait to get their response to my complaint.
Of course I first have to WRITE the complaint and I’ll give the BBVA Compass legal eagles a few days to review my ABOUT page to ensure everything is accurate.
As always, I will update here with our communications.