Account opening, closing, or management

My cousin XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX currently lives XXXX. He sent me his power of attorney written in XXXX certification, translated into XXXX and notarized in Illinois. A Citibank international customer service representative suggested he obtain the POA with XXXX after hearing other requests failed. That was the first time we heard about an apostille. XXXX did so as soon as possible. In the POAXXXX, XXXX specifies I can ” open, close, manage and/or have ” his XXXX bank accounts, among other authorizations so I can continue to pay his taxes, etc.

XXXX has XXXX Citibank checking accounts opened years ago in XXXX. They total just over {$3100.00}. XXXX previously made expensive unsuccessful phone calls as well as written documentation to authorize me to use or to close the accounts. I also have had multiple phone and written communication with Citibank.

In XXXX XXXX, Citibank ‘s Illinois legal department refused the POA/XXXX submitted to the branch office. They instructed my cousin to call again or go to the XXXX XXXX in XXXX for notarization of there XXXX form, taking us back to where we started in XXXX.

I am submitting copies of some communication with Citibank : POA with XXXX, XXXX emails from Citibank branch, my letter XXXX XXXX, witnessed instrument of delegation, letter from XXXX, his government photo ID card, Citibank POA signed and Citibank form XXXX signed in XXXX XXXX. I also have copies of his XXXX and XXXX passports, among other documents. I successfully used the POAXXXX to sell XXXX of XXXX XXXX XXXX properties among other tasks as he asked.

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