Most Helpful Girl
it's your money. You should go there and see what's wrong. Sometimes banks get paranoid about secutity. They have asked me a photocopy of my police identity, of my taxes, an official paper with my adress on it, and a paper from my uni that proves I'm a student.. Though, bureocracy is thriving in Greece0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Dude how much money were you depositing?
Large sums of cash at infrequent periods can trigger AML, anti money laundering protocol. Frequently that's why you need proof of address and corroborating id. There's some massive federal laws that came into effect some years ago.
They could have had breached security, but I've never experienced that with a deposit. Typically with spending etc...
I once deposited $130,000 cash to bank and asking for a cashiers check. I had to complete AML protocol and file forms with DHS and/or DOJ. Trust me banking is not like TV. Getting angry, rude and hostile will only escalate it. Calmly ask for an explanation or if you can discuss it elsewhere.
Big transactions are normally done ACH (electronically). Going in with cash and asking for a check or deposit can get a lot of attention.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE