New ATM Bank Account Closures
NAC has been fielding calls from ATM owners/operators who have received bank account closures from a nationally known bank corporate headquarters. This is an abrupt change in policy for this bank and will result in an existential threat to independent ATM businesses and merchant operated ATMs nationwide.
What can you do to help?
If you have been the victim of bank account closures, please fill out an incident report here and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (904) 425-6010. These incident reports will be used to make/prove our case in Washington on the need for immediate relief.
If you have had or are having an account closure or denial - it is especially important that we hear from you immediately. Please make sure to include contact information with your business address, best phone number and email address where we can quickly reach you for any questions for follow up.
If, for whatever reason, you are unable to complete the Incident Report form, please send an email and/or attach a letter on your letterhead describing in detail your bank account closure/denial experience(s), including copies of any correspondence and your contact information for follow-up.
Your time and effort in helping NAC solve this problem are very important to our success in this fight and will be greatly appreciated.
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