Hello,i have thought about approaching the ceo of the small but wealthy bank that violated my mothers and my privacy. one of their trust officers even encouraged legal action against us, their clients. my sister who had no authority convinced the trust officer something was amiss, the bank was not even the trustee of the trust. in fact, it was merely an account with a name of a trust.not to get bogged down with alot of details, i wish to ask you the pros and cons of approaching the ceo of the bank. Tell and maybe show the emails and other documents i obtained thru discovery, in my sisters emails she tells the detailed story. what could i loose by speaking with this person about what their employees did to us and how they would think the best way to settle this?
State/Country relating to question: Washington
Hi and welcome to JA
Unfortunately I need many more details to be able to help you before we address the issue of speaking with the ceo
Is this a possible case of libel or Slander committed by the bank against your family....private information disseminated.to the public?
If so, what was said orally or in writing?
What did the employees do to you?
What is the significance of the trust in the problem?
If so, what monetary damages did each sustain?
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