This video from the USA says about itself:
10 April 2014
Bank of America has agreed to pay $772 million (557 million euros) in fines and refunds to customers.
US regulators ordered a settlement over allegations of deceptive marketing and unfair billing linked to credit cards.
The problems centred on products providing protection from identity theft and payment coverage in the event of job loss or severe illness.
The company neither admitted nor denied wrongdoing, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said.
As banks have suffered major losses in mortgages and other “toxic assets,” they have continued to make money on credit card debt by increasing interest rates and fees and through a range of deceptive practices: here.
With New York City’s unemployment soaring, the jobless have turned out by the thousands at job fairs held in the city, even though the chances of finding work are slim amid the mounting layoffs: here.