nas-coal removed funds from my bank account?

has anyone had a withdrawal from their checking account from nas-coal? I have Chase bank, and this just showed up, sending my account into insufficient fund fees. It was a withdrawal for $100, which is all I had in there. Actually my balance was $105. I deposited a large check on the same day, but the funds won’t clear for over a week. Any ideas?

16 answers by real people - nas-coal removed funds from my bank account?

  • 1 month ago

    Contact Chase and ask about it. I found one blog with a similar question about nas-coal and a scam. There was not any definite information.

    If you have made a purchase or donation recently that could be the name of the company’s account. But it seems like you would recognize that amount.

    Again check with Chase. ID theft could be involved also.

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    5 days ago

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    nas-coal removed funds from my bank account?

    has anyone had a withdrawal from their checking account from nas-coal? I have Chase bank, and this just showed up, sending my account into insufficient fund fees. It was a withdrawal for $100, which is all I had in there. Actually my balance was $105. I deposited a large check on the same day, but…

  • Anonymous
    7 days ago

    Amazing. The Nas-Coal (IRS) took more money from my account than I had causing an overdraft. How does a court, or the bank allow them to overdraft people? Why stop there, just have the bank pay the entire amount owed. Neither the bank or the IRS will get anymore money because I’ve been out of work going on 10 years now and don’t have it. Taxpayers can put me in prison and flip that bill too for all I care.

  • shorty
    5 days ago

    Nas-coal

  • Mark
    6 days ago

    NAS-COAL is a hold that is placed on your bank account in order to deduct any money that you might owe to either a federal or local government for things such as unpaid parking tickets that have gone to collection, money owed to the IRS, child support, etc … This is completely legal and from my experience the only way that you can actually get the money back is by supplying information to the agency that shows your money has come from Social Security which is “un-attachable income”. It truly sucks … I just went through this over the last few days … best of luck to everyone who is going through this. It doesn t seem legal, but it is.

  • Randy S.
    7 days ago

    NAS-COAL is a charge that is levied through a court order of some sort.

    In my case, I owed some back money to EDD (for unpaid unemployment taxes).

    There was a charge for $75 that the bank charges to process the levy, and the actual charge of the levy, which in my case was about $600.

  • Ingrid
    7 days ago

    My husband ha $200 removed from his account about a month ago. It was said to be a lien…when we called… Chase told us it was “probably ” child support…Since he is paying child support he started a whole “process” calling child support and his ex. Nobody knew anything. Just discovered this…Don’t know where to go from here.

  • rafat
    8 days ago

    hello

    yes its happened to me,its a fee for chase bank because they have a court order to hold some money on ur count for some reason

  • Freddy
    7 days ago

    It is Government lien. Most likely Child support.

  • Veritas vos liberabit
    6 days ago

    Yes, the terrorist and self-serving (gestapo american forces – IRS and state revenue goons) will do whatever they please … all about the quantitative and nothing about the qualitative situation of the citizens this government is supposed to serve. Fear of government by its citizens versus the opposite is TYRANNY!

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