I do not know if you have ever heard stories of ATM machines shorting people with the usual ending being that there is no recourse. I have avoided ATM machines like the plague for this very reason. I have had a Walmart electronic checkout try to short me one time but that did not fly as there were too many people around for them not to rectify the situation. I had an ATM in a Walmart short me severely once but when they opened the machine (They had had this happen before.) they found the money jammed in the internal pathways.
Now it seems like they have a new angle of stealing from customers. ( As if the double $30 bounce fees that are calculated with software to create the maximum amount of bounces are not enough.) Now they just create an amount that you did not withdraw and you are not aware until later when they say you withdrew a different amount.
I know for a fact I did not withdraw what they said I withdrew because I was trying to pay my rent without driving into Springfield MO and the machine would not let me withdraw the amount of my rent, so I withdrew less. However tonight checking my bank statement it says I withdrew the amount that I was refused.
I am going to try and find some recourse and I doubt if I find any.
Please let me know if you have heard of this happening before or know of any recourse.
It seems like the pit of vipers is not content with merely counter-fitting money and charging interest on it. Now that they have electronic everything all they have to do is to falsify some numbers and they can steal even more off of you.
** I thought I was done when I just discovered that BOA is now charging you $2 to use other banks ATM's in addition to the fees that the other bank charges.
I suggest the movie the money masters if you do not yet know how evile these people are.