"The Hunting Bank has sent a dishonest, useless response. Therefore, I have to reopen the complaint, and I request that the CFPB take proper action this time.
The same group active at the other banks I reported, where they hacked me out of my accounts (PayPal theft via Synchrony, Chase, CapitalOne, NBKC (where I presented evidence of them admitting to the theft), was active at TCF Bank, and now Huntington bank. Please see the live-streamed call below, that triggered the Bank for International Settlements to remove their banking license.
After they failed to inform their "customers" within 24 hours about the loss of license, and offer a payout, their website was taken down. They now operate a spoofed site without a banking license. How illegal does a company have to act for the CFPB to take action?
The FDIC (as proven, see www.real-life-murder-mystery.com) is completely overrun by gang stalkers.
Parallel to the death hunt their ordered on me in 2020, they stole all of my papers, debit cards, credit cards. They also took over my Gmail accounts I used for most communication. However, in the case of TCF Bank, they overlooked that I used Zoho Mail for my Small Business Account, and that the debit card was in the pocket of my jacket.
Attached, please find
Below, please find the live-streamed call:
The Bank for International Settlements informed me that my bank account is frozen.
I'm in a homeless shelter (as I already mentioned), I need medical treatment, and money to live.
Closing this complaint, without taking proper action, sends a clear message about complicity."
In response to their letter below. The CFPB closed this complaint, like, so far, all others. Because I don't have a case or because they are complicit? You can listen to live-calls with the CFPB on the RLMM Facebook page, where you can enjoy an exemplary lack of banking knowledge, combined with unwillingness to help. However, they use one of their better stalkers and also better voice changers for these calls.