Yes, I’d be upset, because the financial institution is being overly protective. The person is making a deposit, not a withdrawal, so there’s no privacy compliance risk involved.
No, I wouldn’t be upset. Even if my deposit is not made, the financial institution is following privacy compliance requirements to protect me.
Yes, because the customer authorized the accountant/employee to request this information, and you’re not changing any information, just helping a customer to verify status of the account’s statements.
No, because the customer must provide the financial institution with documentation authorizing their personal information (including account and statement details) to be disclosed to a third party.
US/CAD deposit to an active account
CAD/US deposit to an inactive account
Bill payment with cash/cheque
Bill payment from account
Make change (exchange denominations or coins)
Account balance information
Change from statement to passbook
Certify cheque as customer
Certify cheque as payee