Pa. Bank Hit With Class Action Over Auto Repossessions

Law360, Philadelphia (November 7, 2012, 6:04 PM EST) -- A Pennsylvania woman hit Fulton Bank NA with a class action suit in state court Monday, contending that the lender routinely repossessed cars from consumers who have defaulted on automobile loans without providing proper notices.

The woman, Jessica Rodriguez, seeks to represent a class of Pennsylvania borrowers who were never sent repossession notices or received incomplete notices before the Lancaster-based bank seized their cars.

“When Fulton believes that a consumer has defaulted on a secured automobile loan, it repossesses and then resells the vehicle,” the complaint...
To view the full article, register now.