Royal Bank Teams Up With CRA Collections

Well! here we have it.

There are so many Requirements To Pay (RTP’s) in other words…. there are so many bank seizures by CRA, that the RBC or AKA has now made it easy to assist CRA in grabbing your dollars.

Take not of the scanned letter below. It shows clearly just how insidious CRA collections has become and just how willing RBC is to assist in the manner.

RBC has now set up a National Requirement To Pay Centre, and all just to assist in CRA being able to move quickly and easily to grab your money.

Isn’t this nice? We trust our banks, they just do whatever CRA wants; NO Questions Asked.

It really makes you wonder why anyone knowing that Royal Bank has a National Center to assist CRA in grabbing money would deal with them.

Let’s not even talk about that CRA does not care if they grab grocery money.

Here is the letter. Scanned and OCR’d

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RBC Royal Bank CZ

 xx July 2010 -
Dear SirlMadam:
Re: Requrement to Pay

By: Canada Revenue Agency
Amount: $12,012.31
Reference Number: xxxxxxxx ( Number removed to protect the privacy of the taxpayer)
(CRA) Contact Officer: Mr. S. Mailoux
Contact Phone: 1-866-406-2214 ext 6458
Requirement to Pay
Canada Revenue Agency
$13,012.41  Business Identity Number ……… xxxxx __ RTOOOI
Mr. S. Mailloux
866-406-2214 x 6458
Royal Bank of Canada
National Third Party Demands
P.O. Box 4509, Station A
Toronto, ON M5W 4K5
Our Royal Bank of Canada branch located at 200 Bay St – Main Fir, Toronto, ON, M5J 2J5 has received service of an attachment order as described above.
Please be advised that, in accordance with its legal obligation, the Bank has complied with and acted upon the  attachment to the extent necessary from available funds in your account.

If there are any further concerns please call the Contact Officer mentioned above.

(Dean’s signature)

Dean Gray
Assistant Manager
Third Party Demands
Our toll-free number is 1-800-582-3615. Any agent/representative will be able to assist you.
® Registered trademark of Royal Bank of Canada. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal
Bank of Canada.
Rev. 12105

Posted by Teresa on
Thank you for providing this information that RBC CSR Manager and the business banking CSR refused to provide. I contacted RBC as well as the above number and they advised me they could not release the legal court order to me that it was internal only and that I would have to contact CRA directly (which I had already done with no response). They were surprised that I had the internal number and refused to speak with me trying to refer me back to the branch and their CSR who were useless. I told them I would be closing all my business and personal accounts with RBC and that I’d be writing a letter to the Ombudsman. Their response was that I could do that if I wished as if they didn’t really care about my business.
Any other suggestions fellow RBC customers who have experienced this already?
Posted by Dan White on
Hi Teresa,
The banks are in a hard place with it comes to dealing with their clients who have CRA tax problems in Canada. The banks have to report any unusual banking transactions to CRA and all bank employees are told to cooperate with CRA at all times. I doubt that RBC does not want your business, but in reality to them you are a hot potato…. Bank staff does not understand this stuff and don’t get rewarded for taking any kind of risk. So the bottom line is CRA is very powerful and now there is an increased need for tax representatives to deal with CRA, be it CRA audits or CRA collections.
Dan White
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