Two weeks ago, a local business opened a bank account at a Sacramento, California, bank and received a $1,000 check.
The business owner told the Yuma Daily Republic that he is glad he did, but it still didn’t come close to covering the $8,000 in expenses that the business needed to pay for.
The bank account is located in the Sacramento Valley, and the owner said he will soon be making payroll on the account, which is located at the Yucaipa Bank, which has branches in Yuma and Yuba City.
The owner said that while he is excited about the bank account opening, it is still not enough to pay all of the expenses he has incurred.
He said he has only received one payment from the bank in the past month, and he is currently struggling to pay the $4,000 mortgage on his home.
The Yucaipea branch is located on Highway 6 at Highway 9 and is located just off the highway.
The account opened on Monday and the owners hope to make more payments on the loan.
“I was really excited, because it would be a nice little way to pay back some of the loans that I had,” the owner told KXLY.
“But it’s just not enough.”
The bank said it has already received the bank check and will soon begin processing payments.
However, the owner still needs to pay off the mortgage and he said he does not have a bank balance.
The Sacramento Valley Bank said it is reviewing the account opening and is in contact with the bank to discuss the situation.
The Sacramento Valley Branch of the Yucatan Branch of Bank of America is also reviewing the situation and will be able to offer assistance to the owner as soon as possible.