Welcome to the Settlement Website for the class action lawsuit known as Jette v. Bank of America, N.A., pending in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
If you currently or formerly (1) have a Bank of America credit card, (2) enrolled in Bank of America’s eBill AutoPay for your credit card, and (3) selected the “Amount Due” payment option between June 4, 2014, and March 7, 2021, and (4) switched your payment option from “Amount Due” to “Account Balance” as of May 21, 2021, after making an “Amount Due” payment and being assessed interest, you may be entitled to benefits from a proposed class action settlement.
A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit pending in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey entitled Jette v. Bank of America, N.A., Case No. 2:20-cv-06791-SDW-LDW (the “Action”). In the Action, Plaintiff alleges that Bank of America, N.A. (hereinafter “BANA”), violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, breached uniform credit card agreements, breached the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and was unjustly enriched due to its actions in not adequately disclosing that the “Amount Due” payment option offered in connection with BANA's eBill AutoPay for BANA credit cards was the same as paying the “Minimum Amount Due” and would result in payment of only the minimum amount due and not the full amount due, which resulted in customers choosing “Amount Due” when they intended to pay the account balance.
BANA strongly denies all of Plaintiff’s claims, denies all allegations of wrongdoing, fault, liability, or damage of any kind to Plaintiff or the Settlement Class, denies that it acted improperly or wrongfully in any way, and is entering into this Settlement to avoid burdensome and costly litigation. The Settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.
The Settlement resolves the lawsuit. The Court has not decided who is right. Relief will be made available only after the Court approves the Settlement and any appeals are resolved.
Please read the Long-Form Notice and this website carefully.
Your rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in the Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) page of this website.
Unless otherwise noted, capitalized terms have the same meaning as in the Settlement Agreement.
The Court in charge of this Litigation still has to decide whether to approve the Settlement of this case. Payment will be made if the Court approves the Settlement and after any appeals are resolved. Please be patient.