Stop Bank Of America Debt Harassment

Do you have problems with Bank of America over a debt? You are protected under various state and federal laws. For example, you have rights under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

• The TCPA has been around since 1991 and protects people from unwanted solicitation calls, robocalls, faxes, and text messages. Under the TCPA, you may receive between $500 and $1,500 for each illegal robocall, text, and fax.
• The EFTA was established in 1978 and works to protect consumers who use electronic methods of managing finances. Under the EFTA, written permission must be given in order for a company to take an electronic payment from your bank account.
• The FCRA was established in 1970 and protects the information in your credit report, among other things. If your credit report contains inaccurate information, the FCRA gives you leverage and rights to dispute the inaccurate information in your credit report.

Bank of America is an American bank that provides financial services to individuals and businesses. The company was founded in October of 1904. They offer financial products like consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance, investment banking, mortgage loans, private banking, private equity, wealth management and credit cards. The headquarters for the business is at 100 N Tryon St, Charlotte NC 28255.

Bank of America is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and has been accredited since 1949. The business has an A+ rating. In the past three years, the company has had 6327 complaints closed on it. These complaints were dealing with billing and collection issues, advertising and sales issues, delivery issues, and problems with the product or service. There are also 67 customer reviews on the company, with 61 of these reviews being negative. The company has been involved in government actions. In 2013, the company has to pay the state of West Virginia for their credit card protection that violated that states law. In 2014, the company entered into a Consent Order with the USA Consumer Financial Protection BBB.

Bank of America may be calling you from 315-742-4022, 877-201-3566, 800-933-6262, 800-732-9194, 800-432-1000, 213-228-3150, 315-724-4022, 877-201-3566

You are protected under several state and federal laws when dealing with Bank of America. Whether it is robocalls or text messages, credit report errors, or unauthorized electronic payments from your bank account, you have rights under the law. Under various state and federal laws, we will help you based on a fee-shift provision and/or based on a contingency fee. That means, the company pays your attorney’s fees and costs. You won’t pay us a penny. We have settled thousands of consumer rights’ cases. Let us help you today.

Comments - Stop Bank Of America Debt Harassment

  1. Wade

    bank of america is driving me crazy looking for some lady and i have told them over and over it,s the wrong number but they keep calling and im so tired of it!

  2. Byron G.

    Didnt realize I was entering a live chat, sorry. Having major iisue with BoA Homeloans fufilling some aggrements and then dumping Greenleaf(?) on me without legal notice. Were etering into a refi, office I was working with was closed. Greenleaf(?) has no record of refi application and terms we agreed upon. plus two payments to BoA have gone un-posted, applied or returned. We are paying 8.7% interest with BoA, owe 85k on a 350k tax value home, now Im getting robo calls from a number traced back to BoA (on Google). BUT I CANNOT PAY A FEE nor can I take on addition debt form legal billing. I have a list a mile long concerning BoA’S management (or lack there of) of our single and most important debt. CountryWide was a gentle breeze to deal with compared to this monstrosity!

  3. Jacquie

    i have questions about b of a mortgages. we hold a loan that originated with countrywide. i see massive headline constantly about this settlement and that settlement over bad mortgages. i speak with b of a regularly and have asked them about that and they never have a definitive answer. the house has been in the foreclosure process since 2011. actually i dont think you can help me. they have been dragging this out and I just want to be done with it. after all this time now they want to try and refi through some other random program, I feel I am caught in a vacuum go around and around. we are not financially able to keep the property. I have made that clear to them. I have the house up for sale, there is no sale date pending from b of a. I just want to be done with this and move on. we have been pushed through so many different departments and attempted fixes it is becoing a family joke. i understand but I also do web development and know that a chat widget is installed and 90% of the time the person on the other end of the chat is rarely the person in the picture or the name they go by. you have my info. thanks for your time!

  4. Wade

    bank of america is driving me crazy looking for some lady and i have told them over and over it,s the wrong number but they keep calling and im so tired of it.

  5. Leslie Burton

    I keep getting called repeatedly from BofA debt collectors after I have repeatedly told them that I am in the process of filing for bankruptcy. At one point, the caller told me that I should borrow against my 401K to settle the debt. Told me that if I didn’t start paying the debt that they could file charges against me

    Continued to call you after you have told the collector you cannot pay the debt.
    Called you after you told them to stop calling you.
    Threatened legal action against you.

  6. Betty Coates

    I was behind on my mortgage bur last week I was paid up snd actually just under 90 dollars ahead. This was confirmed by B of A by private message through their alerts and messages section of my accounts page after I contacted them about $68.73 cents they claimed I still owed. They said I didn’t owe anything and my account was current and that they applied the extra I paid to the principal. Now 3 days later I get a call from them on this number. They didn’t leave a message or anything and caller ID only showed the number. I don’t appreciate these kinds of calls, especially when I’m actually ahead on my mortgage.If they call again I’ll answer and I’ll just bet they try to collect that $68.73. I’ll be calling you if they do.

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