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    You have to go to a branch of the Bank of America. Once you’re there, you will tell them that you wish to close your existing account. To close your account, you will need to: Request an account closure Verify your identity (address, SSN, birthday, etc) From here, the teller or bank manager will do the rest.

  4. Talk:Schlumberger Business Consulting - Wikipedia

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  5. FIS (company) - Wikipedia

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    FIS (company) FIS is an American multinational corporation which offers a wide range of financial products and services. FIS is most known for its development of Financial Technology, or FinTech, and as of Q2 2020 it offers its solutions in three primary segments: Merchant Solutions, Banking Solutions, and Capital Market Solutions.

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    Coutts's bonus system rewarded bankers for opening accounts, providing an incentive to bring in new business without too much scrutiny, and the bank's anti-money laundering team, intended to act as a check in identifying high-risk customers, failed to identify enough "politically exposed persons".

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    A chargeback is a return of money to a payer of a transaction, especially a credit card transaction. Most commonly the payer is a consumer. The chargeback reverses a money transfer from the consumer's bank account, line of credit, or credit card. The chargeback is ordered by the bank that issued the consumer's payment card .

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    Wells Fargo is one of the "Big Four Banks" of the United States. [5] It has 8,050 branches and 13,000 ATMs. [3] It is one of the most valuable bank brands. [6] [7] Wells Fargo, in its present form, is a result of a merger between the original Wells Fargo & Company and Minneapolis -based Norwest Corporation in 1998.

  9. Electronic funds transfer - Wikipedia

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    t. e. Electronic funds transfer ( EFT) is the electronic transfer of money from one bank account to another, either within a single financial institution or across multiple institutions, via computer -based systems, without the direct intervention of bank staff. According to the United States Electronic Fund Transfer Act of 1978 it is "a funds ...