When reviewing your bills and statements, you may see fees and charges that sound legitimate, but are unexplained. If you don’t fully understand why they are being charged, or if these fees or charges are new or refer to services that you never signed up for, then, they may be unauthorized and illegal. Often, they are small in amount and insurance companies assume that a consumer will not go through the trouble of trying to recover such a small amount. However, a few dollars here and there can add up to hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars in revenue for the company.
Our attorneys can help you investigate such fees and charges and determine whether they are lawful under state and federal law. These charges are likely small but add up to significant profit for companies when spread over thousands of customers for a long period of time. A couple dollars for you can translate to hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars. Class actions — where consumers team up to sue corporations — can be a powerful tool to tell banks to stop engaging in these illegal practices.
Our lawyers can help determine if you’ve been the victim of an illegal fee or charge and may be able help you recover your money.
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