I want to sue my bank for unfair practices in charging me thousands of dollars in overdrafts and finance charges over the past 5 years. I have been charged $35.00 for 2.00 item. Then there is a snowball effect. I started adding them up and it is ridiculous how much money they have made off of me. I am on disability and can barely make it. I even had insurance on my account when I was off work and they charged me. Also had credit card and they didn't have it linked until I noticed and complained but they never corrected those charges either. Where do I start to sue them for unreasonable charges.
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