My 82 year old mother was convinced to give my sister POA last year expecting she would do the right thing and take care paying her bills. However, upon my mother going to her own bank and being denied her own money unless approved by the POA, she decided this wasn't in her best interest & proceeded with the revocation process. After giving her bank a copy of the revocation she is still being denied her funds & my sister seems to come up with every excuse not to be able to take my mother to the bank to withdraw all funds. Much to our surprise the same sister has convinced the Social Security Administration that my mother has dementia and is unable to handle her finances which in turn made her the Representative Payee. After seeing a true dementia patient I am convinced of quite the opposite. The disturbing issue is that my mother is well aware of more than I seem to be sometimes and if she was incapable then how would she know to question my sister's intentions? The bank seems to have ignored the revocation & now we need a second opinion on the dementia due to the same sister convincing the doctors of my mothers so-called "incompetence".