Have times been tough for you? Feeling screwed over? Don’t think you are alone – this is a terrible recession and its hitting just about everyone (except for maybe rich and corrupt politicians). What has happened recently is that some big banks like Bank of America have been caught screwing over their customers and especially those at the bottom that can least afford being screwed over. Now you have a chance to get even or at least get some money back.
Banks like Bank of America have been caught playing a very shady game where they purposely post checks in order from largest to smallest and not in the actual order they come in. This is to take advantage of all the overdraft fees possible. So, in essence, consumers get many more overdraft fees then they should. And to top it off they were doing this to their own customers – it’s not like these people are one time customers.
They are permanent customers and banks like Bank of America were screwing over millions of them. Only sick morons knowingly rip off their own long term customers like this – this is partly where their overpaid CEO and other executives got their million dollar bonuses from and then your tax dollars was used to bail them out on top of that. Seriously, some of these bank executives were just looking for ways to jack up profits fast for a big bonus or two. They should get fired for this, but all that is happening instead is a settlement.
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Rather than admit fault and face potential government sanctions and a larger court ordered judgement Bank of America and other similar banks that were caught in this shady practice of charging excessive overdraft fees has settled and through this settlement millions of dollars have been set aside to compensate victims. The Sokolove law firm is looking for individuals that have been hurt and screwed over with excessive overdraft fees so they can compensate you for your losses.
I don’t know what the amount of compensation is per instance or customer as the Sokolove website didn’t say, but, if you got hit with wrongful or excessive overdraft fees then it can’t hurt and is definitely worth a try. It can’t hurt. I would bet it’s safe to assume you will need physical proof of the excessive overdraft fees. Be sure and get copies either online or have the bank print them out for you (they must do this for free). That way you will have them all ready for when the attorneys request them.
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