|EXHIBIT R -- Communications with Compass Bank|
1) 9/23/03 - Plaintiff’s fax to David Scott in the Compass Bank Legal Department, she is again requesting waiver and attorney information.
2) 8/10/01 - Plaintiff’s e-mail to Compass Bank’s Caroline Owens, advising that she did not receive the promised letter. Ms. Owens’ 6/26/01 e-mail with the notice of the checking account decline and promise of a letter is quoted.
3) 8/10/01 - E-mail notice: “Caroline.Owens@compassbnk.com (user not found)”
|Christine||3 ||4 ||10-12-03 05:29 pm|
|EXHIBIT S – The Kingman Justice Court small claims suits|
1) 6/5/02 - Plaintiff’s Objection to the Compass Bank Motion to Dismiss of the 1st case, explaining in detail her many failed efforts to find out why she was declined for the checking account and why she didn’t receive the promised letter.
2) 6/11/02 - Attorney Robert Brooks’ Reply, he ignored plaintiff’s questions. He demanded dismissal because there is no federal or state legal right to obtain a checking account.
3) 7/23/02 - Plaintiff’s Motion to Reopen the first case, in response to Attorney Brooks apparently admitting that the decline was based on her credit report. Plaintiff specifically stated that she did not object to the dismissal of the 2nd case, as she thought that Compass Bank had a permissible purpose to obtain her credit report if the report caused the decline and not some other requirement such as race, gender, age, etc.
|Christine||4 ||4 ||10-26-03 05:41 pm|
|EXHIBIT T – The Capital One checks and the Compass Bank decline to ...|
1) 3/25/03 - Capital One “Purchase Check Offer” and the terms and conditions on the reverse side. Capital One claims that the checks can be deposited into plaintiff’s bank account.
2) 5/25/03 Capital One check offer, stating that the first check is made out to plaintiff and be deposited in her bank account.
3) The Compass Bank letter stating that they do not accept credit card checks and suggesting that plaintiff have Capital One direct deposit into her account or that plaintiff take out a cash advance. Capital One’s check offer did not include the option for a direct deposit, and cash advances are subject to a 3% fee and a much higher interest rate.
|Christine||4 ||4 ||10-26-03 06:05 pm|
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