Bank Customers Beware of PNC Bank’s Scam
I recently spoke with PNC Bank President/CEO Bill Demchak’s office regarding a $700,000 online PNC Bank SCAM/FRAUD. In response, PNC Bank said: 1. I was in charge of the scam or fraud. 2. PNC Bank declined to offer an apology for the scam or fraud. 3. PNC Bank refused to accept that someone there stole my money after getting to know my checking and savings accounts very well. 4. PNC Bank declined to admit the existence of an audit of suspicious behaviour. 5.) PNC failed to check my accounts for money laundering and know your customer (KYC) information. 6.) PNC approved of the international wires given to Chinese gangs and criminals that may have been used for terrorism (this is illegal under federal law). 7. Due to Suspicious Activity, PNC Bank closed both my checking and savings accounts.
Since I am above 65, this is also financial elder abuse. (This is illegal under federal law). Elder abuse is not being admitted by PNC Bank. What hurts the most is that I was a valued and excellent customer of PNC Bank for almost ten years, and now the bank treats me like a criminal. The SSA, IRS, Medicare, Social Security, and the Credit Reporting Agencies have stolen my identity and destroyed my credit rating.
- PNC Bank
- 225 5th Avenue, 3 PNC Plaza Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States
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