Conservative Reporter De-Banked by Bank of America without Explanation: ‘Now I Have No Funds’

Bank of America has shut down the account of an independent conservative reporter without any prior warning or explanation.

Journalist Christina Urso, also known as Radix Verum, says Bank of America abruptly de-banked her and left her without any funds.

Urso took to social media to voice her concerns and frustrations about the termination of her account.

“I have been with them for years,” Urso wrote in a post on X.

Urso believes her account’s termination was related to her reporting and documentary about the alleged 2020 kidnapping attempt of on Michigan’s Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

The film is titled “Kidnap and Kill: An FBI Terror Plot.”

“They won’t tell me why,” she said.

“They won’t allow me access to my bank account or to the funds.”

Urso said Bank of America has informed her to be on the lookout for a “check in the mail” with her final balance.

However, she was not given a timeframe for the arrival of her funds.

“I am traveling at the end of the month for my documentary,” she continued.

“Now I have no funds.”

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“I have crew members I need to pay,” the independent journalist added regarding her upcoming documentary film shoot.

Urso also shared a video of a Bank of America teller informing her that the bank’s risk department had terminated her account.

Urso added her autopay bills through Bank of America are currently being declined.

“I’m left scrambling to find another bank while being completely unable to access my funds,” she continued.

“No timeframe for when I’ll get the ‘check in the mail.'”

Urso said she called Bank of America’s risk department.

However, the department refused to confirm why her account had been terminated.

“They refuse to say why, or why they didn’t contact me and allow me the opportunity to get another bank lined up,” Urso said.

Urso added that she was told Bank of America reserves the right to terminate their business arrangements with customers at any time without explanation.

“I asked her if she thinks that’s acceptable and she would not say.”

In a post on X, Urso said the bank is “holding my funds hostage.”

According to Bank of America’s service agreement, the bank reserves the right to “terminate” a customer’s “participation in any or all of your Services for any reason, including inactivity, at any time.”

The bank will attempt to notify customers upon the closure of their accounts, though it is “not obliged to do so,” the service agreement states.

Bank of America has previously terminated the accounts of others, including Christian charity organization Indigenous Advance Ministries, along with other Christian customers.

The bank cited the organization’s “business type,” arguing Indigenous Advance Ministries exceeded the bank’s “risk tolerance.”

“Given the large number of nonprofits we serve that are affiliated with religious organizations, it’s absurd to think religious beliefs are a factor in any account closing decision,” Bank of America spokesperson Bill Halldin told Fox News.

“Very simply, they are not.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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