Banks’ policy dumps clients into danger zone

07 July 2024 - 00:00 By WENDY KNOWLER

Banks repeatedly warn their clients, on multiple platforms, never to divulge the so-called “keys to their safe” to anyone, and that if they do suffer losses after doing so, they will not be reimbursed. Even if you are forced to do so at gunpoint after being kidnapped, your bank can refuse to take responsibility for that “contact crime”...

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