Washington State resident, California State Fee occurrence.
My B of A bank account was debited by the Ca. State Franchise Tax board, a sum of money.
My bank charged me $100 dollars Legal Order fees.
California was in the wrong to charge me and Reversed the legal order.
My bank KEPT the $100 dollar legal order fee (that they did not charge me a further $100 dollars to process the original monies back into my account -although it was a reversal of a Legal Order and thus a new Legal Order- is confusing to me but I am happy about that little thing nonetheless)
The state of California (I moved out in September or October of 2008) charged me Vehicle licensing fees directly through my bank Without giving me any due recourse, thus causing me to have a $100 dollar banking fee, although My vehicles have been registered and Titled and Licensed in the state of Washington since late 2008.
When I called and informed them of the error, they admitted no fault but DID release my monies back to me (is that not admitting fault?), but the state and the bank claim no responsibility for the billing thus the Fees have so far stood.
It is only $200 dollars, but We are a one income household, my wife is in the military and we need every dang penny we have.
Is there ANYTHING I can do to claim my money back? The money that I would Still have in the bank, (not the $17 bucks currently there) had this not occured...