07 Jun 2022 By PAYCEC
Unfortunately, the answer is no in the vast majority of circumstances. Not at first, at least. The first thing you should do is figure out why the bank is holding you responsible for the expenses. Have you failed to take reasonable precautions to safeguard your identity and account? This might be used to circumvent the bank's zero-liability policy. For example, if you were in a coffee shop and walked away from the table with your computer open and your banking information opened up, this may be considered neglect. In that circumstances, the bank may have a good reason to hold you responsible for the charges.
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