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From: "Edith Gomez" <>
Subject: Re: New to this!
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 15:08:47 GMT
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Same in the US or A. But you only need a maiden name to open a savings
account.

Eadgyth


"Is Mise Gan Ainm" <> wrote in message
news:8j8ba.220506$Zr%....
> "InsuranceBroker" <> wrote in message
> news:...
> >
> SNIP>>>
> > The most common bank indenity[sic] is the mother maiden
> name. >People should never use that name so if it comes up
> on something like >a bank account it clear was someone else
> doing it.
> SNIP>>>>
>
> Sorry, I must be in a fog to-day, as the intent of what you
> wrote is not at all clear to me. How does the maiden name
> of one's mother get into the scenario? Btw, one can't open a
> bank account in Canada unless you provide the bank with a
> SIN [Social Insurance Number], so maiden name or not, with
> no Sin number, there's no bank account?
>
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