Account holds are the deposits that are withheld before they are actually credited to a specific account, like the deposited checks that came from out-of-state or foreign banks. An account hold can be placed on the whole account if there are transactions that are suspected of violating the anti-money laundering laws or there are reports or suspicions of identity theft.
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