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This is a class action investigation focusing on the auto repossession practices of Wells Fargo and other banks.  State laws offer specific protections to consumers when a bank repossess their cars.  A recent news story about Wells Fargo’s repossession practices as those practices relate to active duty military raise broader questions about how banks treat customers during the repossession process.

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This class action alleges that Wells Fargo violated state and federal law by fostering a culture that led to thousands of employees creating fake customer accounts to meet internal “cross-selling” targets while forcing those account holders to incur fees and expenses.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit claim that Bank of America failed to present certifications that Plaintiffs’ residential mortgages serviced by Bank of America had been fully satisfied, which allegedly violated New York Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law and New York Real Property Law.

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This lawsuit alleges that Indiana Old National Bank illegally processed debit card transactions in order of highest to lowest amount rather than chronologically.  This action led to many overdraft fees that would not have occured if the transactions had been processed in chronological order.

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that when EverBank force-placed homeowner’s insurance, it did it in such a manner as to receive a kickback, and also in a way that resulted in excessive rates and coverage amounts. 

This class action alleges that JPMorgan Chase violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by accessing consumer credit reports to conduct Account Review Inquiries of customers after their account relationships had ended. 

This lawsuit alleges that Capital One Bank and Wells Fargo Bank assessed illegal fees to users of Capital One debit cards and Wells Fargo ATMs, in violation of the Electronic Funds Transfer Act.

This lawsuit alleges that Bank of America deceptively enrolled customers in and charged for insurance plan protection products without express and informed consent, in violation of the Truth in Lending Act.

 

This class action lawsuit alleges that Caliber Home Loans, in conjunction with American Security Insurance Company, engaged in a force-placed insurance scheme which caused mortgage borrowers to pay inflated, unjust and unearned commissions, fees and kickbacks.

A class action has been filed against mortgage servicer LoanCare, questioning its practices with force-place insurance covering property used as collateral for mortgages.

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