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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.What are the circumstances surrounding this matter, please?
Thank you.Yes, you can certainly sue Wells Fargo. However, I suggest because WF is such a big corporation and they have many attorneys, that you might first try contacting the WF Headquarters at***@******.*** or by writing them a letter to:Wells Fargo & Company P.O. Box 63750 or P.O. Box 63710 San Francisco, CA 94163and first try to get it worked out. It would seem a bit much to sue for the return of the money which will cost you more to do that than the $100. Though you could seek your filing fees from WF, you cannot sue for any "punitive damages" those being money for any damage done to your daughter.You would need to sue in a higher court such as the Circuit/Superior court. But when you do that you will need to prove the WF was negligent. And if you name was on her account and you had a collection from another source, WF is not at fault.
Yes. You can sue in small claims court in the county where the bank is located.I suggest you will need to served the "resident agent" with any and all documents you file with the court. To obtain the name and address of the resident agent, you can use the AZ Secretary of State website at this LINK.