If I have power of attorney may I act as the person to access their account without identifying myself? Posted on February 01, 2011

If I gain special power of attorney to access someone's account to make changes, do I need to identify myself and the situation? May I just act as the person I have power of attorney over if they give me permission in the POA form? Does a company have the right to not deal with me or sue for damages for acting as someone else? If they do require me to identify, what kind of paperwork would a company require for me to access an account?

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