Bank of America has agreed to pay nearly $2 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the company of failing to properly warn members of the public that service calls were being recorded automatically.
The consumer protection lawsuit was filed by district attorneys in Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside,…
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