Record Settlement in Bank of America TCPA Class Action
It appears Bank of America will be paying over $32 million in an effort to settle six pending TCPA class action litigation matters. The settlement will provide $32,083,905 to pay claims from those who received automated collection calls or texts from Bank of America, as well as Plaintiffs’ attorneys fees and the administrative costs of the settlement. It avoids the further cost and risk associated with continuing the lawsuits; pays money to recipients of the Automatic Calls and Texts; and releases Bank of America from further liability.
If you received a postcard or email notice about the Bank of America TCPA Settlement, keep reading.
On December 6, 2013, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California preliminarily approved a settlement of a class action lawsuit against Bank of America. If you received a postcard or email notice about this settlement, it is because according to Bank of America’s records, you may have received (1) an Automatic Call from Bank of America regarding a Bank of America Residential Mortgage Loan Account between August 30, 2007 and January 31, 2013 (“Mortgage Calls”); or (2) an Automatic Call from Bank of America regarding a Bank of America Credit Card Account between May 16, 2007 and January 31, 2013 (“Credit Card Calls”); or (3) -an Automatic Text from Bank of America regarding a Bank of America Credit Card Account between February 22, 2009 and December 31, 2010 (“Credit Card Texts”).
If you received such a notice, it is important that you act quickly. There are strict deadlines governing your rights. Don’t give them up.
Claimants must act before March 21, 2014.
If you have received a settlement notice, we encourage you to contact us. You may be entitled to money damages, but you must act quickly to avoid losing your rights. For more information about the settlement, the class settlement administration website is available www.boatcpasettlement.com.
The Law Office of Bret Lusskin, Esq., can help you exercise your rights. For more information, please call (954) 454-5841, or contact us here.