Owens, et al. v. Bank of America, N.A., et. al., Case No. 1:19-cv-20614-MGC

Welcome to the Owens v. Bank of America Settlement Website

If you have or had a consumer deposit account with Bank of America and you paid overdraft fees on debit card transactions made with Lyft, Inc., Grubhub, Inc., Gett, Inc., Eatstreet, Inc., PicMonkey LLC, Neighborfavor, Inc., AMI Entertainment Network, LLC, Seamless Web Professional Solutions LLC, Doordash Inc., Postmates Inc., or Eat24Hours.com, Inc. (collectively, the "Merchants") at any time between January 1, 2012 and April 6, 2017 that were classified as recurring charges, you could receive a payment from a class action settlement.

This website contains information regarding the case known as Owens, et al. v. Bank of America, N.A., et al., Case No. 1:19-cv-20614-MGC (the “Action”). The Notice explains the lawsuit, the Settlement, your legal rights, the benefits that are available, who is eligible for those benefits, and how to acquire them.

The Plaintiffs alleged that people with consumer deposit bank accounts with Bank of America were mistakenly charged overdraft fees on debit card transactions made with the Merchants. The Plaintiffs claimed that this conduct breached Bank of America’s account agreement with customers. The Defendants deny these and all other claims made in the Action. By entering into the Settlement, the Defendants are not admitting that they did anything wrong.

Copies of the Notice and the Settlement Agreement can be viewed on the Case Documents page. Please read the Notice carefully.

This website allows Class Members to submit a Request for Exclusion from this Settlement on the “Request for Exclusion” page.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT

DO NOTHING

If you choose to do nothing, you will remain in the Settlement and will receive a Settlement payment.  However, you will give up your rights to be part of any other lawsuit or legal proceeding about the claims made in this case and released by the Settlement.

EXCLUDE YOURSELF
DUE DATE:
DECEMBER 20, 2019

You can choose to exclude yourself from the Settlement.  If you exclude yourself from the Settlement, you will not be bound by the Release, and you will not receive a Settlement payment.  This is the only option that allows you to be part of any other lawsuit or legal proceeding about the claims made in this case and released by the Settlement.  If you exclude yourself from the Settlement, you will not be able to object to the Settlement.

OBJECT

DUE DATE:

DECEMBER 20, 2019

Write to the Court about why you do not like the Settlement.  You can object to the Settlement only if you have not excluded yourself from the Settlement.

GO TO A HEARING
ON JANUARY 29, 2020

Speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.  If you submit a written objection to the Court, and you also would like to appear at a Court hearing to speak about why you do not like the Settlement, you may indicate your intention to speak in your written objection, and you may appear at a Court hearing where the Judge will decide whether the Settlement is fair.