Another Gen X whiner. We all have had to support our older relatives and unlike this asshole, we accepted it and didn’t complain as it was what was accepted as the norm.
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Rabobank is A Dutch based bank with about 124 branches in the U.S. It is used by thousands of Canadians in the Palm Springs area. Recently, every Canadian received a letter stating that all accounts will be terminated effective Oct 21 and all credit cards/debit cards will become inactive. Any money in the account will be returned sometime in Nov. by a cashier’s cheque to the address on file. The only exceptions are Canadians who have a Social Security number and are legal residents of the US.
This is unbelievable not only that they are doing it but also that they can do it based on a customer’s country of residence. They picked a heck of a time to do it as snowbirds heading there soon have to scramble to make alternate arrangements.
UPDATE: It turns out it’s just not Canadians, it’s anyone who is not a legal resident or citizen of the US. See the letter below. A lot of people are going to be affected by this-let’s hope not all US banks follow suit.
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