Improper Banking Practices & Fees

Sacramento Improper Banking Practices & Fees Law Suits

Each year, consumers pay millions of dollars in late fees to:

  • Banks
  • Credit card companies
  • Telephone and cable companies
  • Other large corporations

These businesses discovered charging late fees is an easy way to significantly increase their revenues without providing customers with any additional services.

Unscrupulous businesses figured out many ways to maximize consumer late fee charges by manipulating payment dates or changing the dates for sending out bills to customers. Such conduct is prohibited in many states.

Kershaw Talley Barlow class action attorneys have extensive experience litigating class action cases against large corporations that unreasonably charged their customers unfair or excessive late fees.

If you believe you were unfairly charged late fees, please fill out and submit the contact form on this page for a free case evaluation or call us toll-free at (916) 520-6639.

If you are an attorney seeking assistance with a possible consumer fraud case, please contact a Kershaw Talley Barlow consumer protection attorney by using the contact form on this page.

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