Welcome to the Information Website for the Lisa Morris, et al. v. Bank of America, N.A. Settlement.

On the off chance that you had a checking as well as investment account with Bank of America, N.A. (“BANA”) and you were evaluated a Retry Transaction Fee, Intrabank Transaction Fee, or an overdraft charge or NSF Fee because of expense timing rehearses, between July 1, 2014, and July 29, 2021, then, at that point, you might be qualified for an installment.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Settlement

Do Nothing If you were evaluated, paid, and were not discounted the sorts of charges that are being tested for this situation, then, at that point, you will get an installment from the Settlement Fund inasmuch as you don’t prohibit yourself (depicted in the following box).

Reject Yourself from the Settlement; Receive No Payment except for Release No Claims You can decide to bar yourself from the Settlement or quit. This implies you decide not to take part in the Settlement. You will keep your singular cases against BANA, yet you won’t get an installment. The cutoff time to “quit” of the Settlement is November 11, 2021. On the off chance that you quit yet at the same time need to recuperate against BANA, you should document a different claim or guarantee.

Object to the Settlement If you don’t quit however rather wish to protest the Settlement or any issues portrayed in the Class Notice, you might do as such by documenting with the Court a notification of your goal to protest. The cutoff time to have a problem with the Settlement is November 11, 2021.

These rights and alternatives—and the cutoff times to practice them—alongside the material terms of the Settlement are additionally clarified on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page of this site and in the Notice.