Yes. Federal banking laws and regulations do not address the closing of deposit accounts by banks. Therefore, a national bank can close an account at any time and for any reason. Generally, a bank would close your account for your protection—to prevent more fraudulent withdrawals. This area is governed by the deposit account agreement that you received when you opened your account.

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