Fighting Back Against Illegal and Unfair Bank Fees
Reclaiming Your Hard-Earned Money
Banks across the country have been using overdraft fees to increase their profits and have attempted to prevent consumers from bringing legal action. Though many bank agreements have arbitration clauses stopping customers from bringing a class action, arbitration can still help you hold your bank accountable for unfair overdraft fees. You may be qualified to arbitrate if:
- You have been charged an unfair overdraft fee on a debit card purchase or ATM transaction at least once in the past 12 months.
- You are a current customer of your bank.
Submit your most recent bank statement to find out if you qualify!
Arbitrations Over Bank Overdraft Fees
McCune Law Group, (MLG) is bringing arbitration claims against financial institutions over unfair and illegal bank overdraft fees. MLG is bringing in 100,000 new clients to bring arbitrations against the dishonest banks. Overdraft fees are responsible for billions of dollars of consumer losses nationwide and are often charged in accordance with unfair bank policies and practices.
Although many customers may seek a class action against unfair bank overdraft fees, many institutions have implemented an arbitration clause in their account agreement paperwork. This clause, when executed, rescinds a customer’s right to pursue a class action and forces private arbitration instead. The banks that have made this change did so in the hope that it would save themselves from a public court battle and discourage wronged customers from making claims. MLG finds this behavior unacceptable and aims to help victims of unfair bank overdraft fees recover their losses through private arbitration.
MLG has begun bringing claims against several banks already. If you are a customer of the following institutions, sign up for your arbitration at the links below!
- BMO Harris
- Citizens Bank
- Consumers Credit Union (in Illinois)
- Key Bank
- PNC Bank
- Republic Bank
- Wells Fargo
- 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union
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