My boyfriend's father (Morris) keeps opening up ATM cards at our local bank. My boyfriend and I live with Morris -who has Alzheimer disease- and care for him when we can. Currently we are both working 8-5pm everyday so we are not able to watch him. Morris is still in early stages of Alzheimers and has not needed our full 24 hour watch. He is able to stay at home and perform daily activities but has recently been going on walks to the local Chase Bank. There, he receives a new ATM card and begins pulling out money he doesn't have. Chase is fully aware that Morris is not allowed access to the account, given we have spoken with them before about this. We also have all the necessary cards linked to the account. We have spoken with Chase numerous times asking if they could put note on the account to not allow Morris to receive a card but they say this is against the law? How could this be possible if we have power of attorney? I just want to add that this is all very new to me and I don't have a lot of knowledge on all this. Any advice? Maybe making a new checking account all together?