Σάββατο, 4 Αυγούστου 2018

ΑΠΙΣΤΕΥΤΟ ΑΛΛΑ ΑΛΗΘΙΝΟ....ΑΠΟΛΑΥΣΤΕ ΤΟ!

ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΚΑ ΚΟΛΠΑ...ΠΟΥ ...ΧΟΥΦΤΩΣΑΝ ΚΑΤΑΘΕΣΕΙΣ 1.300.000 ΔΡΑΧΜΩΝ... ΚΑΙ ΤΩΡΑ ΚΑΝΟΥΝ ΤΟΝ ΑΝΗΞΕΡΟ! ΠΑΡΑΜΙΛΑΝΕ....ΟΙ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΤΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΩΣ!!!

ΔΕΙΤΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΕΡΙΠΕΤΕΙΑ ΤΟΥ ΦΩΤΟΡΕΠΟΡΤΕΡ ΤΑΣΟΥ ΜΕΪΜΑΡΟΓΛΟΥ, ΌΠΩΣ ΤΗΝ ΙΣΤΟΡΕΙ Ο ΊΔΙΟΣ ΜΕ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΚΟΥΣ ΚΟΠΑΝΟΥΣ!


Anastasios Meimaroglou
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Anastasios Meimaroglou <
t.meimaroglou@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Jul 28, 2018 at 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: Piraeus Personal Banking
To: 
CustomerService@winbank.gr
Cc: 
havelal@piraeusbank.gr

Dear Ms. Manousou Christina,
I recieved and filed your recent email of 27/7/18 with a denial of my request for wrtten information of your findings on my account. If you can't send written information by email because of sensitive information, please send a hard copy letter using the postal sevice.

 You stated in your email to me:
"in order to check the possibility of receiving a formal documentation, as you mention, apart from the notification you have already been provided you with, you need to visit in person your cooperative branch."





The notification that you mentioned that I have already been provided was over the telephone from Ms.Theano Chourmouzi from Piraeus Bank at Panepistimiou #16. The notification was verbal over the phone and sounded more like guessing on her part. She asked me to contact your department for a written statement and further notification of the bank's findings of this matter.


As for my visit in person to the cooperative branch, please read carefully the previous emails at the beginning of  our correspondence, which clarify that I did visit "in person" three branches and the Headquarters of Piraeus Bank at Amerikis Street #4 and talked to Mrs. L. Havela of the legal department during my trip to Greece on June 8-21, 2018, to specifically clear this matter and confirm the status of my account to date!


In conclussion of my visit, I was informed multiple times that:
 "Because of the nature of the times of  hand-written information from my Greek identification card to establish my savings account and create an information card of my identity for the bank's records, as the bank issued my savings account, mistakes have been made by bank personnel."

In addition, I contacted other personel from your institution and was informed that as a holder of a  legitiment personal bank-book savings account, that I am a legal holder of this account and it is not my fault the bank cannot function to locate the information of it, do to internal mistakes that have been made during the time of recording my personal information from my legal Greek identification card (TAYTOTITA).

In closing, I would appreciate it if you would grant my legal grounds and inform me of the up-to-date status of my account.

Sincerely,

Anastasios Meimaroglou            t.meimaroglou@gmail.com
(in person)

1114 Cheyenne Drive
Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937
USA

On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 5:32 AM, <CustomerService@winbank.gr> wrote:
Dear Mr Meimaroglou,

In connection to our previous communication, we would like to mention that it is not possible to announce portfolio data via e-mail, for safety reasons.

Thus, in order to check the possibility of receiving a formal documentation, as you mention, apart from the notification you have already been provided you with, you need to visit in person your cooperative branch.

We remain at your disposal.


Kind regards,

Manousou Christina
Piraeus Direct Solutions S.A
Piraeus Bank Group




From: Anastasios Meimaroglou [mailto:t.meimaroglou@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2018 9:20 PM
To: WinbankCustService
Cc: Χαβέλα Λίζυ
Subject: Re: Piraeus Personal Banking

Dear Ms. Manousou,


I hope you are having a pleasant day and thanks for your kind reply.

I have not been issued any formal notification about the outcome of my request. Please provide me with this documentation.

Also, as you had directed, I called Winbank Phone Banking service several times and spoke with three diferent representatives about this issue. As discussed over the phone, I had provided the bank teller with my Greek identification (A. 462 791) and cash (1,300,000 Drachmas) upon opening my bank account. But, the bank could not confirm if the teller had made the appropriate copies of my identification or correctly filed my new account within the bank's records. The bank cannot locate any additional information, and it seems that the only legitimate record is the hardcopy of my bank book which was issued by the teller.

Thanks again and your time and assistance is greatly appreciated.

Best regards,

Anastasios Meimaroglou


On Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 5:45 AM, <CustomerService@winbank.gr> wrote:
Dear Mr Meimaroglou,

Regarding the matter that concerns you, and since we forwarded your contact form to the branch Panepistimiou 1749, we have been informed that after all the necessary actions that were taken, you have been noticed about the outcome of your request.

However, if you need any further assistance, please let us know, in order to serve you in the best possible way.

We apologize for the delay of our response and for any further clarification, please contact Winbank Phone Banking service at 18 28 38 (with charge for call at landline telephone or depending on the pricing policy of the telecommunications provider you use). If you are calling abroad you may contact us at 0030 210 3288000.

Thank you for contacting us and we remain at your disposal.


Kind regards,

Manousou Christina
Piraeus Direct Solutions S.A
Piraeus Bank Group




Dear Piraeus Bank Representative, I hope you are having a pleasant day. My name is Anastasios Meimaroglou and it has come to my attention that Piraeus Bank cannot locate the information for my account 1182/5265, including the balance of 1,300,000 Drachmas. I have been directed by Ms. Havela from your legal department's central office at 4 Amerikis Street, Athens, Greece, to submit this formal request for my funds. My account 1182/5265 (verification code 1704/39) was opened on January 16, 1992 at the Central Branch of Athens (which at the time was on the corner of Stadiou and Korai Street). I had opened this account with a deposit of 1,300,000 Drachmas which was earned from the sale of inherited real estate property. The respective property and sales taxes had been paid in-full and collected from the attorney at the time of sale's closing. I have the formal records of my deposit book, which was issued by Piraeus Bank, that verifies my account information and account balance. Copies of these records and my personal identification are available at the following branches: 1) Theano Hourmouzi: 16 Panepistimiou, Athens 106 72 (216 600 3461) 2) Ioannis Trousas: 67 Vas. Paulou & Digeni, Voula 166 73 (210 899 6286) 3) Giota Diamanti: 31 Panepistimiou, Athens 105 64 (210 373 9592) Please locate my funds and convert them to Euros, including the account's long-term accrued interest. All information about this matter may be accessed from Ms. Havela: havelal@piraeusbank.gr (210 328 8251) Thank you very much for your time and attention, and your assistance is greatly appreciated. Best regards, Anastasios Meimaroglou 001 321 779 9970 t.meimaroglou@gmail.com ### This letter and formal request for funds was drafted by Christos Meimaroglou, as directed by Anastasios Meimaroglou. Christos Meimaroglou is the son of Anastasios Meimaroglou.
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