Bank of America customers are reporting they’re receiving their refunds from the Bank of America overdraft class action lawsuit settlement. However, the refund checks look like postcards and not normal checks, which may increase the possibility that some Class Members may overlook them as junk mail.
The refunds are part of a $410 million class action lawsuit settlement reached in 2011 over allegations Bank of America manipulated debit transactions to maximize the fees the bank could charge to customers who overdrew their bank accounts.
Current Bank of America customers automatically received their refund from the overdraft fee class action settlement on or about November 2, 2012, while former customers will receive their refund in the form of a check sent to the last known mailing address.
Former Bank of America customers are reporting they are receiving these checks, which must all be sent by November 30, 2012. The checks reportedly look like postcards as part of an attempt to save money on postage and printing.
If your address has changed since you had a Bank of America account, you can update your mailing address by sending a request to the Settlement Administrator at:
Checking Account Overdraft Litigation
P.O. Box 2505
Faribault, MN 55021-9505
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