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    Default Does the Victim Have the Right to a Report From a Bank Fraud Investigation

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: NY
    I was the victim of bank fraud. Someone transferred money out of my account. The bank investigated and the money was returned. Am I entitled to get a report of the investigation- what telephone number the call came from and the identity of the perpetrator?
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    Default Re: Bank Fraud

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    My question involves criminal law for the state of: NY
    I was the victim of bank fraud. Someone transferred money out of my account. The bank investigated and the money was returned. Am I entitled to get a report of the investigation- what telephone number the call came from and the identity of the perpetrator?
    Thanks
    No. You are free to report it to the police so they can investigate.

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    Default Re: Bank Fraud

    Thanks. Having a hard time doing that since I suspect it may be a family member. I was hoping to get some information from the bank

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    Default Re: Bank Fraud

    I agree with you about wanting more information, but I've had the same thing happen with credit card fraud: as soon as the bank acknowledges classified the incidents as fraud investigations, they would provide no further information.

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    Default Re: Bank Fraud

    Moral dilemma whether or not to report to police. It would be a grand larceny charge.

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    Moral dilemma whether or not to report to police. It would be a grand larceny charge.
    If a thief now has the bank's money, the bank won't feel your "moral dilemma", even if you have a strong idea of who committed the act of theft and don't want the person prosecuted.

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