Bank of America Complaint - Refund--Must File by Midnight, May 1, 2009!!!
In the O.C. Register newspaper today, in summary, Bank of America is offering a settlement of 35 million on a class-action lawsuit alleging it charged consumers excessive for for insufficient funds from Dec. 2000 to Dec. 31, 2007. (Fleet Bank, US Trust, Co., and LaSalle Bank customers included for a shorter time period.)
The problem is that if you don't file by May 1, 2009, you lose your rights. So, if you had an account and even think it might have happened to you, there is no time to research. File online immediately before the midnight cutoff time applies to your time zone. You do not need to have your account number handy, only your home address where bills were sent. If you never had an account, you would be committing perjury to file. In my humble opinion, with only hours to file, I would suggest that if you held an account with BofA or other banks listed, you need to submit a request for settlement, immediately!
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