New York, NY: Bank of America has reached a settlement in the pending securities
fraud class action lawsuit brought by investors who purchased mortgage investments from Countrywide Financial. BoFA acquired Countrywide in 2008.
The proposed settlement would see BoFA pay $500 million to settle the lawsuit, which would be paid out to plaintiffs that include Dubai's Mashreq Bank and public and union pension funds in California, Maine, Nevada, Vermont and Washington states. The plaintiffs claimed they were misled about the risks of securities they bought from California-based Countrywide between 2005 and 2007.
The settlement surpasses the $315 million accord reached with Merrill Lynch in May 2012, making it the largest to resolve federal class-action litigation over mortgage-backed securities since the financial crisis began.
The accord requires court approval.
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I also had a mortgage with Countrywide that was transferred to Northern Trust and serviced by Bank of America. I received notice of the suit but nothing after that. Were only certain home owners allowed to participate in the suit?
Posted by Laura on
I was a countrywide home owner who's loan went to Bank of America. What happened to the class action law suit?
Posted by C. Norman on
BOA just to retained payments for weeks, as soon my bank account was low in money they make the charges making my account overdraft several times. I closed the account.
Posted by Lucy castillo on
B of a overcharged me then closed my account for no apparent reason,when I went in bak to discuss this issue the bank refused to speak with me on this matter and refused to give me the money I had in my account.
Posted by Christina Smith on
B of a overcharged me then closed my account for no apparent reason,when I went in bak to discuss this issue the bank refused to speak with me on this matter and refused to give me the money I had in my account. R his location is on 16th st and carnelian in Alta Loma,calif.9 1739
Posted by Christina Smith on
Overcharged overdraft fees when money was already deposited...Got sick and tired of it and when I left California, I left Bank of America shortly after that. I called only to be told they had no record of my account.
"Property ID Number: 000187196"
Posted by REBoyle on
BofA and FEMA flood insurance. BofA charged me over $600. monthly for an insurance policy that should have been for $500. ANNUALLY! The $600. a month was added to my monthly mortgage that BofA bought from Countrywide.
Posted by James Stickann on
I was suppose to be in the class action suit. My Country Wide Loan was put with Bank America years ago and you all sent me something in the mail are class action members like myself going to get and when?
Posted by Joseph Kelsey on
Was charged lots of fees from 2005 till 2015
Posted by Michael p celentano on
Bank of america has gave a mortgage under my name while i was in Washington state , i been fighting with the bank for a year, they have destroy my credit , i can not even live any money in the bank because not only that they have gave a mortgage under my name they also gave those people all my information . i have work long 22 years to be able to expend and now i cant , why because bank of america is a bully , no i want them to fix my credit the way it was good credit that any place i apply i could get a loan , now i cant , they need to fix it and they need to pay me my losses that till now i have lost $15 millions , and every month im losing $ 1.2 millions why do i have to lose money because they are a bully no , i will go on any TV station , i will contact every investor that does business with bank of america to show them how bank of america does business illegally.Trade center will see how bank of america does business stilling others people information so the can close mortgages .
Posted by AURORA CIUI on
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