Ohio Bank Manger Forced to Steal Cash As Family Held Hostage, Police Say
911 audio recordings reveal the drama behind the hostage situation that forced one man steal from the bank he managed.
An Ohio bank manager was held hostage along with his family and forced to withdraw more than $100,000 from the financial institution where he worked, police said. In a 911 call obtained by ABC News, the Ontario, Ohio, bank manager said that when he got home Thursday night, a young man was there
As the government shutdown enters week two and the deadline over raising the nation's debt ceiling of Oct. 17 approaches, some investors are concerned about a debt default while others see this as a buying opportunity. Panic and a serious slide in stock prices may be an opportunity for investors to
For two years an Oregon woman tried without success to get mistakes in her Equifax credit report fixed. Now a jury has awarded her $18.6 million for her trouble. Justin Baxter, one of the attorneys representing Julie Miller of Marion County, Ore., tells ABC he believes the judgment is unprecedented
Bank of America has decided to “shelve” controversial new fees that could have come into effect at the end of this year, delaying them possibly until late next year. The second-largest U.S. bank by assets came under fire a year ago when it planned to...
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just capturing continues to captivate crowds on her own. We have new video of her taken just moments ago shaking hands with Irish guard on this Saint Patrick's Day. But on Monday night her biggest moment yet the duchess will give her first public speech solo. ABC's llama joins us from London with
Bank of America has dropped its planned $5 monthly debit card fee in a reversal of its announcement that attracted a maelstrom of customer anger. "We have listened to our customers very closely over the last few weeks and recognize their concern with our proposed debit usage fee," David Darnell,
Score one for a customer rebellion. We learned today that some of the biggest banks in this country are backing down. From their plan to impose new fees they are reacting to the anger from customers harnessed by one young woman who said enough. Is enough ABC's Matt has the story. catch from
Bank of America is reportedly backing down from its $5 debit card fee, giving customers more ways to avoid the fee. A person familiar with the matter said the bank, which announced it will charge customers a monthly $5 debit card fee for purchases next year, will allow customers to avoid the fee if