Most of the time, banks make money off of you. How about turning the tables, and you making money off of them?
Three banks settled class action lawsuits for millions recently.
At Bank of America, a lawsuit claims even if you had overdraft fees turned off, the ride-sharing service Uber was still able to put through charges.
And that meant overdraft fees for some customers.
The settlement means $20 back per overdraft if they happened between 2012 and 2016.
If you are affected, but not notified, click here for more information.
Bank of America claims no wrongdoing.
At JPMorgan Chase, a lawsuit alleges they robocalled cell phones without getting permission.
If you got a call from the bank about collecting a debt between April 20, 2010, and March 16, 2018, you may get up to $101 per call.
The deadline to file a claim is August 13, 2018.
JPMorgan Chase claims no wrongdoing.
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Then there's Wells Fargo.
The government has taken action against them, including a one billion dollar fine for alleged consumer abuses.
Now the bank has settled a class action lawsuit over alleged opened accounts that consumers didn't know about.
Allegations are many had to pay overdraft fees because of it.
If it happened to you as far back as 2002, you could get part of the $142 million dollar settlement.
Wells Fargo claims no wrongdoing.
Click here for more on this settlement.