Someone went to my bank they didn't have no check or my debit card they used it with withdrawal slip at the drive-thru and stole money like on four different trips and the bank isn't reimbursing my money what is my area of recourse
Since this is an in-person withdrawal and not an electronic fund transfer, this is covered by state law and terms of the contract. The contract will not disavow bank liability in case a person forges a signature. The customer has a duty to report the unauthorized signature in a timely fashion, see here. The bank does make a warranty that they won't knowingly pay an altered or unauthorized instrument, but the onus is on the customer to establish that there is a forgery.
If you wait too long to file a formal complaint, you are out of luck. Of course it depends on what country you are in, whether the banking laws offer any protection.