Bank of America Complaint

Robbed by Bank of America

- 1374 W. Ramsey Street
Went to the bank on 5/23/09 (Saturday)to deposit my unemployment check and at that time I was informed by the teller that my account had been charged by bofa $557 in NSF fees. Had been in the bank earlier in the week (Monday or Tuesday)and was told by the teller that I had $4 in my checking account and $20 in my savings. Then by Saturday my account was charged $557. These are nefarious tactics used by banks (stress test?) to rob consumers. My account was not overdrawn and if it was it was done by BofA to steal money from my account. I have filed a complaint at the OCC and Office of Consumer Affairs. I plan to send a letter to the editor of our local paper. Consumers need to be aware of what BofA is doing. A clear message has to be sent to the banking industry that these types of practices will not be tolerated. The stealing of my money has caused a financial hardship on my family as I am unable to pay my rent, buy groceries or pay my bills because of the sleazy tactics of Bank of America and I want my money back! Anne Randall



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Reader Comments:

Posted by theenigma59 on 10/12/2009
Anne, I am sorry for what you are going through. On September 23 I filed a complaint against Chase Bank for the same tactic. For whatever it's worth, here is a link to a New York Times Article:
"Chase and Bank of America Revise Fee Policies", by RON LIEBER. "Two banks are changing their debit card programs to end some charges that have enraged consumers...". For your convenience here is a link to the article http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/23/your-money/credit-and-debit-cards/23credit.html?_r=1



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