How to revoke limited power of attorney for Sifxpert?
Date: Sat, 07/12/2008 05:08
When I signed up with Sifxpert I signed a piece of paper saying it was a Limited Power of Attorney. I'm not sure whether this is an actual legal document but he was able to write a check to himself and withdraw money from my account. I authorized this as part of his settlement fee. I just looked at the check and it says:
Signature Not Required. You Depositor has authorized this payment to payee. Payee to hold you harmless for payment of this document.
Now that I haven't been able to reach him in 2 months and he appears to be scamming a lot of people, I don't want him to be able to take out any more money from my account. Anyone have any advice on how to revoke the POA or what other action to take?
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