• Petitioned Bank of America Overdraft Lawsuit LAWYERS for the PLAINTIFFS (THE $21.74)

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Bank of America Overdraft Lawsuit LAWYERS for the PLAINTIFFS (THE $21.74)

Bank of America Overdraft Lawsuit LAWYERS for the PLAINTIFFS (THE $21.74): EXPOSE WHO THEY ARE AND SUE THEM FOR DECEPTION AND MALPRACTICE

    1. Petition by

      johnny cude

ON September, 2011 many Bank of America customers and former customers who received unethical overdraft fees in prior years received in the mail a notice that there was a pending $410 million dollar settlement for their losses and they had to opt out by Oct. 8, 2011. Then on Nov. 7, 2011 we all find out we're getting $21.71. Sign this petition so we can know who you are. Since when can did anyone opt in to the use of these lawyers in the first place. Don't cash your check! We want full compensation for our losses.

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    • kim mack DELTONA, FL
      • almost 3 years ago

      because my loss was great over 2500.00 and i think there robbing me blind

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    • Frank Branton RAVENEL, SC
      • almost 3 years ago

      I'm for campaign finance reform. Contribute to my cause and I will look out for you. That's why this has happen. Anybody noticed who and where all of the similar lawsuits are going. Look up the state, attorneys and who's hearing the lawsuits.

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    • Frank Branton RAVENEL, SC
      • almost 3 years ago

      BOA customers should be fully compensated for the loss of funds incurred by the illegal overdraft fees. Attorneys should receive only the amount after all customers have been compensated. Furthermore, I wondering why this particular judge is the only judge hearing this type of litigation. Looks really, really suspicious.

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    • Danielle Anderson SCOTTSDALE, AZ
      • almost 3 years ago

      Should be fully refunded for the fees. All fees. If a person walked in somewhere and stole someones money, is the new rule he would get charged $21.71 then walk away?

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    • Cheryl Littlefield HANSON, MA
      • almost 3 years ago

      I was completely misled by the lawyers who sent me the information. 21.71 vs 123 million? Really?

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