On veterans day I was given a personal check for 100.00 dollars and I took it to Ace to cash it. The teller ran it through their verifier machine and cashed it minus the 4.00 check cashing fee.
Today Nov. 26 I received a letter in the mail saying that I owe Ace a 125.00 dollars for that check because of "end" which I found out means closed account. How is that I am being charged for this when I had no idea that the account was closed.
It should be the one how had the account that should be paying this not me I believe. According to Ace its because I brought the check in to cash I have to pay it.
Monetary Loss: $125.