Citizens and Farmers Bank Improper Overdraft, NSF Fees Class Action

This is one in a line of class actions filed over the allegedly improper imposition of fees on checking accounts by banks and credit unions. The complaint alleges that Citizens and Farmers Bank assesses overdraft (OD) fees on certain transactions even when accounts were never overdrawn.  Read more

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TD Bank Extra Charges for Paper Statements New York Class Action

In recent years, many consumers and businesses have begun doing as many transactions online as possible. In fact, many banks have taken to charging customers who still want paper account statements to come in the mail. In 2010, New York enacted a law that “made it a deceptive act and practice for a company to  Read more

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St. Anne’s Credit Union Multiple NSF Fees on One Item Class Action

Can a bank charge its customers more than one non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee on the same transaction or item? The complaint for this class action alleges that St. Anne’s Credit Union does so, and that this is a violation of its contract with its account holders.  Read more

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Bank of America Charges for International Withdrawals Class Action

Some banks now offer travelers the convenience of accessing funds in their bank accounts through ATM machines while they’re overseas. The complaint for this class action alleges that Bank of America, NA (BOA) assesses “hidden and inflated” international transaction fees (ITF) to its account holders when they use foreign ATMs.  Read more

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PNC Bank OD Fees on Accounts Not Overdrawn Class Action

Banks now make substantial income from overdraft (OD) and non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees. The complaint for this class action claims, “These fees are by definition often assessed on consumers struggling to make ends meet with minimal funds in their accounts.” It brings suit against PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., alleging PNC assesses such fees unfairly.  Read more

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Dacotah Bank Overdraft Fees for Accounts Not Overdrawn Class Action

Recently many class actions have complained about improper overdraft or non-sufficient funds fees, which add to the profits of banks and credit unions. The complaint for this class action alleges that Dacotah Bank charges customers overdraft or non-sufficient funds fees on items that do not actually overdraw accounts.  Read more

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Bank of America, US Bank, Key Bank Bond Obligations Class Action

When a business acquires another entity and its assets, it’s common for it to take on its obligations as well. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that Bank of America, NA, US Bank, NA, and KeyCorp, of Key Bank, are not honoring the time deposit investments issued to customers by their predecessors, Rainier  Read more

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Comerica, Elan OD Protection Unauthorized Enrollment Michigan Class Action

Banks today make sizable revenue from fees related to overdraft (OD) protection. The complaint for this class action alleges that Comerica Bank and Elan Financial Services enroll Michigan customers in OD protection programs without their consent, and then charge these customers significant fees and interest.  Read more

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Nationstar Online, Telephone “Processing Fees” Florida Class Action

Nationstar Mortgage, LLC now does business under the name of Mr. Cooper. The complaint for this class action alleges that when Nationstar services mortgages, it charges “illegal and improper” processing fees when payments on mortgages are made over the phone. The law at issue is the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA).  Read more

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Crescom Bank Multiple Non-Sufficient Funds Fees on One Item Class Action

How many times can your bank charge you non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees and/or overdraft (OD) fees on the same item? The complaint for this class action alleges that Crescom Bank charges multiple such fees, and it also alleges that those multiple charges violate the bank’s own contract as well as South Carolina consumer protection laws.  Read more

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