$9,100 Drained From US Veteran’s Bank Account – Bank Rejects Responsibility, Demands Victim Pay $2,800 Negative Balance: Report

$9,100 Drained From US Veteran’s Bank Account – Bank Rejects Responsibility, Demands Victim Pay $2,800 Negative Balance: Report


A customer at a US bank says $9,100 was mysteriously drained from his account even after he notified the lender about suspicious activity.

Military veteran Roberto Rangel says USAA then refused to reimburse his account – and demanded he pay a negative balance of $2,800 that was triggered by the theft, reports the Fox-affiliated news station KABB.

Rangel reportedly sold some of his prized possessions to pay the balance and maintain his credit score.

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After the theft, which happened in December, Rangel says he spent months contacting USAA to get his retirement savings back, to no avail.

“I’m a 100% disabled veteran. I just can’t get up and go to work… I’ve spent a lot of time trying to get them to give me an

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