How to Unfreeze a Bank Account?

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To unfreeze your bank account you will need to address whatever issue cause the bank account to be frozen in the beginning. Typically banks will freeze bank accounts due to overdrawn amounts, amounts owing, or fraudulent activity. You will need to contact the bank directly in person at your branch in order to unfreeze your account.
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1. Ask the bank why there is a freeze on the account. Request all information, including the judgment or court order that was provided to freeze the account. 2. Contact the lawyer
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It depends on the reason the account was frozen, you MUST contact the bank for the details.
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You would need to contact your bank regarding their policy on unfreezing your
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Unfortunately, to provide a worthwhile answer will require more information. Why is your account frozen? Due to bank levy from judgment? Due to some other reason? Need more information
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