February 18, 2010 Court
Maria Dinzeo reports:
Bank of America takes money from customers’ accounts to pay for services they didn’t order and don’t want, a class action claims in Federal Court. The class claims the bank charges for “Privacy Assist” services without informing them, and refuses to refund the money when customers catch on.
The class claims Bank of America has been withdrawing $8.99 from their accounts every month for “Privacy Assist,” which includes credit monitoring and free access to online credit reports.
Read more on Courthouse News. A copy of the complaint can be found here.
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