BofA Must Reopen Calif. Benefit Recipients' Fraud Claims

By Victoria McKenzie · June 2, 2021, 5:35 PM EDT

A California federal judge has ordered Bank of America to reopen and investigate suspicious activity claims filed by California unemployment benefits recipients who have been summarily frozen out of their accounts...

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