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I live in Japan and am in the Navy. In 2000, I bought a car and financed it through FSB of Sumner, Illinois. I set up an allotment of $350 a month and payments of $235 a month. The rest remained in a savings account. In 2002, I received notice that the bank was selling my note to FSB National of Fort Worth. I set up an additional allotment to pay FSB, and continued to deposit $350 a month to FNB. When I returned from a gulf deployement, I called FNB to inquire about my balance. I was informed that my balance was zero and my account was closed. Upon inquiring about the missing money, I was told by the manager that the funds had been transferred to FSB without my permission. When I asked about the legality of this I got the run around. I was told that they had in fact sold the savings account. I explained that was a little odd, FSB is only a lending institution, and they do not have savings accounts. Upon return from the Gulf I had to pay four months of rent. I was counting on the money accumulated in the savings account to pay this. When I realized the money was gone, I was faced with the prospect of endangering my career, losing my security clearance and getting tossed out of my apartment. The stress I endured digging up money to pay this bill was substantial. I had to cash out investments and borrow money from family. I even asked for a loan of the same amount to cover the rent. The answer was no

A:  Most accounts are assignable or may be purchased, and the the parties are bound by existing agreements. While I am not perfectly clear about the allotment, it seems it was used to pay for your car loan, albeit not as you anticipated. Banks generally have broad rights to use deposits to pay for debts, and it is likely that is what happened. Unless more was taken than was due, you likely do not have a cause of action. Nevertheless, I encourage you to pull out your loan and allotment documents to be sure. If you are not, and it seems to you that you were robbed, then you might wish to speak to an attorney. Please keep in mind, though, that even if you have a cause of action, you might not recover for your stress as...

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Is there anything my 30 year old sister can do about the child she gave up for adoption when she was only 17?

A:  No i dont think so. You can go to www.adoption.com and email them and ask them your sister needs to immediately contact child protective services (CPS) to report the claims of abuse the child has told her...she can do so anonymously if she wishes...by law, CPS must open a case and thoroughly investigate to see whether the allegations are true or not... they will take all of the information down that your sister provides, and then, usually within HOURS of the call being placed, they will send a caseworker over to the household in which the child is currently residing - showing up unannounced...they will interview the parent, the child and...

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I'm so mad about the illegal immigrants that im gonna work for the U.S.borderpatrol what do you say about that

A:  I live on the border and have lots of friends who are in the Border Patrol, US Customs, and ICE. With a chip on your shoulder, and an attitude like that, my guess is that you''d probably last about 2 weeks before you: a) were fired for breaking protocol, b) were run out by fellow agents for being a racist/xenophobe, c) quit because you realized "shooting beaners" wasn''t part of the job description, or d) had a big change in your attitude and beliefs about the cultural, political, legal situation on the border. It''s a very admirable job though. I KNOW all we need is an ELECTRIC fence why not a regular fence they climb over it like dog they will dig under your fence all time till you get an electric one then they learn to stay out...

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What do you think about the new immigration law made in arizona? Please answer?

A:  I like the law. All legal residents and legal foreigners residing in the U.S. are required to carry and must show their ID and approval documents when asked. Even I have to show my ID/drivers license when asked. Because of illegals, now I have to show even more evidence that I am a U.S. citizen to get new ID/drivers license. Even the ''good illegals'' committed some sort of fraud to obtain illegal or non legit ID''s. Deport all illegals. Wow, this is long. At the end you say, ''Keep the good illegals.'' Wrong. Anyone illegal has entered the country illegally. its a great law and not at all racist /sarcasm off hurah for you i am on your side about the fact that legal...

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I've been living in the US for 9 years now...how do I get my citizenship?

A:  well, since you are basically raised here for so long, its not going to be that hard to get citizen ship, just go to a local immigration office and explain your situation, once you take a test, you will be a legal citizen in no time and yes, the military can help. You have to have in the US for at least 10 years and if you havenâ??t had arrests and such you have a better chance or Someone has to file a petition for you either a relative or an employer. If your parent are a green card (or pink) holder they can petition for you if your unmarried son or daughter. A spouse can petition for you if they are United States citizen. Brother or...

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What interesting things about fast cars can I talk about?

A:  you can talk about the technology of nos and how it affects the speed when mixed in with the gas. and you can talk about how far we''ve come from the model T ford to the top fuel drag racers....

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Do you LOVE your caR INSURANCE company? Do you love talking about your caR INSURANCE COMPANY?

A:  Sure. I write hundreds of blogs about the virtues of my insurer.... NOT....

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When by daughter moves out and goes away to college do I still have to keep her insured on my car?

A:  Several of the answers already given have sound advice... and a few pieces of scary advice. I know something about this because of the company I work for, so here are a few important points: 1) If your daughter does not have insurance during the school year then she will most likely be considered "high risk" when she again gets insurance because of the period of no coverage. As a few people have already said, you should talk to the insurance company about what is the minimum coverage she can have (minimum from a cost perspective) during that period to avoid any ugly penalties when she starts driving again. 2) To see what the state required minimums for...

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Why do people complain about the length of time it takes.....?

A:  I agree totally with you on this one. I guess once you put out the big bucks...it seems like a long time on lay away to bring home a child. I don''t begrudge people wanting to be parents and/or provide homes for true orphans through reputable means...but what I said above is part of the reason why the wait is unbearable. Meanwhile, foster children (newborns to teens SpottyD) are available for adoption in canada...and much more in the US. But the myth that these children all come with problems or problems that can''t be addressed by loving homes on many levels...is what makes international adoption so appealing. The irony is...you don''t know what you''re getting from certain foreign countries...yet with foster care...

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I am pregnant and considering adoption. What do i have to do to give my baby up in the UK?

A:  Here you go http://www.baaf.org.uk/info/firstq/pregn… Speak to your midwife or GP who can refer your case to social Services. Really? Because it looks like you asked this question from the American page. Interesting. Adoptions in the UK are conducted through social services, and you can''t relinquish until several weeks after your baby''s birth. I do not live in the UK so I can''t say but in the US, there are a lot of options. You can do a private adoption with an adoptive family you have selected that you feel will best raise your child. You can also contact an agency or even an adoption...