This is the official website for the Bank of America Consumer Privacy Case. Throughout this website, the Bank of America Consumer Privacy Case is referred to as the Bank Privacy Case.
A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit against Bank of America for its alleged practice of disclosing customers' confidential information to third parties to market products or services and its communications with customers and the public about how it handled customer information. The settlement will provide benefits to anyone who, at any time between September 9, 1995 and May 31, 2007, had (1) a Bank of America non-business checking or savings account, (2) a non-business loan with Bank of America secured by residential real estate (i.e., a mortgage loan); OR (3) a Bank of America branded consumer credit card and a California mailing address for purposes of communicating with Bank of America.
Your legal rights are affected whether or not you participate in the Settlement.
If you wish to claim the benefits of the Settlement, you must submit a fully executed Claim Form by October 1, 2007. You may complete and submit a Claim Form online or request that a Claim Form be mailed to you at the Submit a Claim Form page.
For more information regarding the Settlement or opting out of the Settlement, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
To review Settlement related documents, please visit the Court Documents page.
To download a free Privacy Tool Kit, click here
Updates to this website are summarized on the Recent Updates page.
If you have any questions, please call 1-800-462-2317 or visit the Contact Us page.