Recently, multiple lawsuits have been filed against Zelle and financial institutions such as Bank of America. It is alleged that Zelle is not a secure method for transferring money and is prone to fraud. Zelle is owned by seven of the largest banks in the world, each of which continues to assure customers that it is a safe app.
At Levin Law, P.A., we are investigating Zelle bank scam claims. Our attorneys have extensive experience holding financial institutions accountable for their negligence or wrongdoing. If you lost money due to an unauthorized Zelle transaction, you might be able to take legal action. Aggrieved customers are encouraged to contact Levin Law founder and managing partner Brian Levin at (305) 402-9050 or email email@example.com to schedule a free consultation.
If you lost money in a Zelle fraud scheme, you need to act quickly to protect your rights. It is important to keep a detailed record of anyone you talk to at the bank or law enforcement agency to ensure that your case is properly handled.
If there was an unauthorized transfer of money through Zelle, you should:
If you were the victim of a Zelle bank scam, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. You might be entitled to take legal action.
Did you lose money as a result of a fraudulent Zelle transaction? Contact Levin Law, P.A. for a free case evaluation. Call (305) 402-9050 or email Levin Law founder and managing attorney Brian Levin directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you are not required to pay Levin Law’s attorney fees unless money is recovered on your behalf.
Levin Law is a premier national cryptocurrency, securities, commodities, futures, and class action law firm. Brian Levin, Levin Law’s founding attorney, has helped recover in excess of $150,000,000 through arbitration and litigation for individual and institutional investors throughout the country and the rest of the world. Levin Law represents retirees, individual investors, high-net-worth investors, ultra-high-net-worth investors, institutions, family offices, trusts, publicly held companies, and others.