According to a proposed class action lawsuit, JPMorgan Chase charged former
inmates unreasonable fees to reclaim their money after they were released
Lawyers at Golomb & Honik, P.C. filed a proposed
class action lawsuit against JPMorgan, the largest bank in the United States, on behalf
of a former convict who garnered national recognition as a prison artist.
According to the proposed class action, JP Morgan charged former inmates
unfair and exorbitant fees for debit cards, while forcing the former inmates
to get the cards in order to reclaim their money.
The suit was filed in September 2015 by members of the Golomb & Honik,
P.C. legal team, and seeks damages for former convicts across the nation
who allegedly suffered the same treatment by JPMorgan.
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