Overdraft Fee Litigation
Banks use overdraft fees as a way to unfairly profit in your time of need. Some of these overdraft fees are legitimate, and some of them are not. All too often, banks and credit unions play unfair tricks to charge you more in overdraft fees than they should. These practices may include charging “extended” or “continuous” overdraft fees, charging overdraft fees on their own service fees, or charging overdraft fees on transactions authorized into a positive. The attorneys at Kaliel PLLC have had success challenging many of these practices at some of the country’s largest banks and credit unions. We’ve secured multimillion dollar settlements against major financial institutions in cases involving a variety of types of overdraft fees.
Contact us today if you have:
- Paid overdraft fees
- Paid “extended” or “continuous” overdraft fees
- Paid overdraft fees on service fees
- Paid overdraft fees when your account was authorized positive
In addition, contact us today if you have paid overdraft or extended overdraft fees at the following banks or credit unions:
- Bank of America
- Capital One
- Trustmark National Bank
- MB Financial
- Commerce Bank
- Zions Bank
- Eastern Bank
- Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
- Credit Union 1
- Denali Federal Credit Union
- Spirit of Alaska Federal Credit Union
Contact us today for a free, no-obligation case consultation by filling out the form below or calling us at: (202) 350-4783.
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