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The Banking Law Firm concentrates 100% of its practice in the specialized area of providing legal counseling and assistance to Federally insured financial institutions and their officers and directors regarding the proper interpretation and application of all Federal laws, rules and regulations governing all business operations of such institutions in the United States. As a result, the Firm does not provide legal advice regarding consumer-oriented complaints, private disputes between individuals, or contested issues between financial institutions and its customers. Such matters generally require the application of local state laws (as opposed to Federal law) where the customer and/or bank are located, thus requiring the services of a qualified attorney licensed to practice law in that state. Accordingly, the Firm must respectfully decline to respond to consumer-oriented inquiries, issues related to private disputes between individuals and financial institutions. The Firm appreciates your understanding in this matter.

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