I live in California, but since I am desperate for an account, and I can't get one locally due to boa reporting me for fraud for somthing that was State Farm's fault (long story) suntrust opened an account for me about a month ago online, 2 weeks later it was gone from online banking, so I opened another one, and it's still showing online. I am leary about putting money in there(the savings acct has also disappered, leaving just the checking info. Does that mean they have closed the others and will close this one, too? They sent me checks and a checkcard, and I called and the checkcard works. Should I worry? thanks for the help!
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