COVID REFUND CLASS ACTIONS
Denied Refunds for Overdrafts and Late Fees During the COVID-19 Pandemic
We are investigating whether certain banks and credit card providers broke their promises to waive or refund late, non-sufficient fund (NSF) and overdraft fees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you asked for a refund or fee waiver from any of the following financial institutions during the pandemic and had their request denied, please contact usvfor a free case evaluation:
Bank of America
Navy Federal Credit Union
Did this happen to you?
If this that happened to you, please call Timothy L. Miles at 855/826-6529, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form at the bottom of this page for a Free Case Evaluation and tell us what happened and we get back with you shortly.
What Happened to the COVID-19 Credit, Debit Fee Forgiveness?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, several banks and credit card providers made promises via their websites or other means that they would refund or waive NSF fees, overdrafts fees and/or fees for late credit card payments. Essentially, it was suggested that those undergoing hardship (i.e., lost a job, suffered a health crisis, etc.) could simply call up their financial institution and have their fee refunded or waived.
Despite these promises, however, it appears some banks and credit card providers never implemented any new forgiveness policy during the pandemic. A class action lawsuit, if filed and successful, could provide you and other consumers with a chance to recover the refunds you were promised but never received.
How Could a Class Action Lawsuit Help Me?
A class action lawsuit, if filed and successful, could provide you and other consumers with a chance to recover the refunds you were promised but never received. Addiionally, ustomers may have had their requests denied or found themselves unable to reach the bank or credit card provider for assistance. These individuals may now have the opportunity to take legal action.