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Wachovia Will Pay $200 Million to Settle Telemarketing Suits
By Bob Van Voris
Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Wachovia Corp. agreed to pay $200 million to resolve lawsuits claiming it profited by ignoring fraudulent telemarketers who used the bank to help them steal from consumers.
Victims of the telemarketing frauds sued in federal court in Philadelphia in 2007, claiming that Wachovia, which is being bought by Wells Fargo & Co., knew of claims the telemarketers were using ``demand drafts,'' or unsigned checks, to steal from their victims.
The suits were filed on behalf of all people in the U.S. who lost money to the telemarketers from June 2003 to February 2006. The settlement, which must be approved by the court before it can take effect, will reimburse $163 million they allegedly lost to the fraud, plus bank fees.
``This settlement presents the rare instance in which class members have the opportunity to be made whole from any losses resulting from defendants' conduct,'' lawyers for the victims said in papers filed yesterday seeking approval of the settlement.
The settlement follows an April agreement to resolve a probe by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency into Wachovia's relationship to payment processors who serve telemarketers. Under the April settlement, Wachovia agreed to offer restitution of at least $125 million to all consumers who lost money on demand drafts processed by the bank.
``We regret the situation occurred and we're glad to have the situation resolved,'' said Christy Phillips-Brown, a spokeswoman for Charlotte, North Carolina-based Wachovia.
Wells Fargo's bid to acquire Wachovia, now valued at about $12.2 billion, was assured Oct. 9 when Citigroup Inc. dropped its competing attempt to buy the bank.
The telemarketer fraud suit claimed that unscrupulous telemarketers called consumers, many of them elderly, offering worthless products, including phony coupons, gift certificates and information about government grants.
The telemarketers then persuaded the consumers to disclose information about their bank accounts, which the telemarketers used to make fraudulent charges, through payment processors that had accounts at Wachovia, according to the complaint. The payment processors generated demand drafts with a notice stating ``authorized by drawer'' in place of a signature.
The victims claimed Wachovia failed to close the accounts because it was profiting from fees imposed when many of the consumers discovered the charges and rejected the transactions.
Reimbursement checks will be sent directly to the victims, according to court papers. Most similar class-action settlements require claimants to fill out and mail forms or follow other procedures that may reduce participation to 10 percent, the consumers said in court papers. Victims can also make claims to reimburse any bank fees.
The case is Faloney v. Wachovia Bank, 07-CV-1455, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia).