I owe Maybank a small sum of money, approx RM5,000. I've been paying them time to time, usually RM500-RM1,000 in every 2-3 months and recently my employer wants to use Maybank account because it will be easier for them.
I called up Maybank to check if my account was frozen, they told me no I just have to bank in RM10 then I can use it again so I trusted them and did my 1st transaction at the bank and it worked so I thought it was alright but who knows after my employer banked in my pay only I realize Maybank has frozen my savings account, I can't withdraw money from the ATM, due to overdue Maybank Visa credit card payments. Is that even legal?
Seriously it doesn't make sense to me, credit card is credit card, saving account is savings account. I called them up wanting to settle this with the bank instead of the friendly "debt collectors" but Maybank just ignored me and hung up on my. You have no idea how angry I am with you, at least I'm paying up! By going through the lame calls from the friendly debt collectors who tried acting as lawyer, tried putting me in court and I'll go bankrupt! Please do some homework, how can a person who owns the bank RM5,000 be a bankrupt? Do you know how many years of interest you'll need to charge me before that actually happens?
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asked on Sep 3, 2012 at 22:49
edited on Sep 19, 2016 at 09:21
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