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Someone made a deposit into my Bank account,But only put there First name now the Bank has to verify,But I can't get in contact with person?

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I can deposit money into the account of a friend or relative and the bank does not require me to identify myself to accomplish the transaction.
I regularly deposit money into my fathers account and do not have to show my ID.
What is your question - in detail?

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Someone deposited money to my account,But the Bank now has a hold on my card,Cause that person did not put there full name?
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What Card are they placing a hold?
If I take cash to Wells Fargo and fill out a deposit slip with the account number and the name on the account, they will accept it for deposit and my name will never be mentioned.
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I agree with wtaber... I've done the same process and never had a problem.
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Cruel

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good luck.

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Briando

Cannot understand your question 'PUT THERE FIRST'
What does that mean?

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Quite sure they meant to put their, not there
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First name!!!
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im sorry their*
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Briando
The money needs to remain in your account for 90 days before it becomes your property, if it is an anonymous deposit.
Scams sometimes work this way. Be careful
Keep in mind that if someone has the power to make a deposit to your account; They can just as easily make a withdrawal.
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Emynor

Who? What? Where is this question going? and what are you asking?

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They're asking how can they get the bank to verify it or get into contact with the person who made the deposit.
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