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How to create a new bank account without parents having control of it?

Author : tro

Submitted : 2018-02-26 02:08:44    Popularity:     

Tags: bank  create  account  control  parents  

I'm 18 years old and I'm planning to move out of my parents' house because I feel like they are extremely toxic. I currently have 3 bank accounts which have some money I inherited from a deceased relative (2 checking and 1 savings), and they a

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when you turn 18 those accounts are yours

Go in to the bank and tell them you want the bank accounts to be under your name only with no joint holders, and no beneficiarys. You want no one other than yourself affiliated with the accounts. You also want new cards for your accounts with brand new numbers.

Chances are your parents are hanging onto your card or even copies of your card; request new numbers for them and when you get your new cards you will be the sole person even able to access the account (online or otherwise). This means they won't be able to see any of your info or access any of your accounts.

If you are of legal age, you should be able to turn people off your accounts and remove your parents. Legal/voting age where I am is 18/19, but when I was 16 I was able to access my accounts like a full adult, so even if you're not of legal age in your area, it's worth going into the bank and having that discussion.

Certainly in the UK, you are now an adult and your parents no longer have the right to access your bank accounts

Go into your bank and talk to them about it

They can see your activity because it was their account with your name on it when you were a minor. Now that you're not, you just need to open your own account with WF. As long as their name is not on it they won't be able to see into it. It can still be on your list of associated accounts. It would not be on theirs.

You're 18. You are a legal adult. Therefore you can have any accounts of your own that you want to have. So go ahead and do it.

Go into the bank and as you are an adult ask them to remove your account from being connected to your parents as it sounds like you gave accounts that are have their names on them...if that is not possible ( depends on the laws in banking where you are) then you open another account with them separate from your other accounts or call into another bank ad open an account with them

At 18 go to the bank and have their control removed.
You are now an adult.
Take your proof of identity into any bank and open an account. No legal reason to tell your parents.
Have electronic statements or use a PO box for correspondence.

You're 18. A legal adult. Unless the money is in a trust fund they can't stop you from taking it out anytime you want. Go to the bank and take the money out and put it all in your own account.

So why don't you just go to a bank and open an account. Your parents have you brainwashed into thinking they know all and see all, but you are an adult and if you open an account you have the same rights any other person does and total control over your money.

i would talk to wells fargo about that, they can show you how to do that



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