There are a few reasons why your Woodforest account could be closed and today, I’m going to share those reasons with you. If you’re currently experiencing difficulties with your Woodforest bank account, then this post is for you!
Why did Woodforest Close my Account?
At Woodforest, the safety and security of our customers’ accounts are their top priority. They take a proactive approach to protect their customers from fraud and identity theft, and we regularly review accounts for suspicious activity.
In some cases, they may close an account to protect the customer and Woodforest from further risk. Such customers are encouraged to visit their nearest Woodforest location or contact Customer Service at 1-877-968-7962 for assistance.
Can you Reopen a Closed Bank Account at Woodforest Bank?
No, you can not reopen a closed bank account at Woodforest Bank. If your account has been closed, you may want to consider opening a second-chance checking account.
A second chance checking account is designed for individuals who have had difficulty managing their finances in the past. These accounts offer more flexibility and convenience than traditional checking accounts, and they often come with fewer fees.
Closing Woodforest Bank Account
Can I close my Woodforest bank account?
Yes, you can close your Woodforest bank account at any time. There is no fee for closing your account. However, if you close your account within 180 days of opening it, you will be charged a $25 fee.
How to close a Woodforest bank account online
To close your Woodforest bank account online, you’ll need to log in and ensure there is money to cover the closure fees. Then, you’ll need to call customer service at 1-800-928-960 and request that they close your account.
They’ll likely ask you for your reason for closing the account and may ask if there’s anything they can do to keep you as a customer. Once your account is closed, you’ll receive a confirmation email letting you know that the process is complete.
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