Petition statement to be delivered to Bank of America

Bank of America's scam

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Bank of America's scam

To be delivered to Bank of America

Petition Statement

We need to make Bank of America accountable for all the money they have stolen from us. Every singal dollar not 9%. Stop the corporate greed in this country. Big money can afford to hire lawyers. We can't fight these top lawyers when we have nothing, because it was all stolen from our bank accounts. I think that Bank of America hired the lawyers to fight this case so it would be settled for pennies on the dollar. The lawyers would be happy receiving millions for nothing. Bank of America would cut its losses by hiring them to start this suit and not fight for whats right. These lawyers don't represent Us the working class. Or there would never have been a settlement for such a rediculously low amount of $$$.
There are currently 137 signatures. NEW goal - We need 200 signatures!

Petition Background

We need to put a stop to B of A screwing people by changing dates of transactions to charge extra overdraft fees. There is a classaction suit pending appeals where for each fee people were charged $35 they will be refunded $3.15. They ripped us off and are getting away with it. The lawyers will receive millions of our money that was stolen from our accounts. The lawyersw should be doing this probono. It never affected them.

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