- Report: #417576
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Complaint Review: Bank Of America
Bank Of Americawww.bankofamerica.com Albany, New York U.S.A.
Bank Of America Unjust overdraft fees Albany New York
*Consumer Comment: Online Banking Statement Not Evidence
*Consumer Comment: QUOTE: 'The 'big shots' keep cashing-in stock........
*Consumer Suggestion: Never pay NSF fees again
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Bank of America customer service reps state" you can't see what we see " and expect that to be a valid argument.
I've checked my account to discover that while all others have cleared and i have one transaction pending , the next day it is all rearranged with the last transaction being cleared first . Some purchases take up to 6 days to post.
I have been complaining about this for months and recently received a mailing with my statement about a class action lawsuit which I do not meet the criteria as the deadline for your account was 12/31/2007.I opened my account in may of 2008 where is my justice.
Bank of america is being bailed out by the government meanwhile they are ripping off their customers.Last year alone over millions in nsf and overdraft fees alone.
albany, New York
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