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What is the Bank of America or Advanta Credit Card Settlement Address? – Bobby

Can anyone tell me credit card settlement mailing address’ to inquire or offer a settlement by mail instead of calling by phone to Bank of America, or Advanta, ?


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  • Imzadde

    You may contact Bank of America by mail by sending inquiries to:

    Bank of America Corporate Affairs
    100 North Tryon Street
    Charlotte, NC 28255

  • MSullivan


    I’ll guess that you are interested in the B of A class action suit concerning credit protection. Here is the information from one attorney Web site:

    Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Bank of America Credit Protection Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at

    Advanta settled a number of complaints and filed for bankruptcy at least a couple of years ago. I am not aware of any current class action suits but some other reader may know of something.

    Hope that helps.

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