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TD Bank Facing Excessive Overdraft Charges Class Action Lawsuit
Santa Clara, CA: TD Bank is facing a potential class action lawsuit alleging it “unlawfully” applies overdraft fees that penalize customers who don’t replenish their overdrawn bank accounts within 10 days.
Filed on behalf of Shaina Dorsey and all those similarly situated, the lawsuit contends that the sustained overdraft charge of $20 is imposed on customers’ accounts after an initial charge of $35 for the overdraft itself, and exceeds the limit permitted by the National Bank Act.
"Unlike an initial overdraft fee, the Sustained Fee for Overdrawn Accounts is an additional charge to a customer for which the bank has provided nothing new in the way of services," the lawsuit states. "The charge is based solely on the alleged indebtedness to the bank remaining unpaid by the customer for a period of time."
According to the complaint, Dorsey's checking account went into "overdraft" status in August 15, 2016 and remained that way until September 8, 2016. The $20 fee on August 26, 2016 was in addition to six other fees totaling $210 "for transactions that created her 'overdraft' status in the first place."
The class action suit claims that the fees are technically interest charged at an illegal rate and, when factoring for the legally permitted rates, are tens of times greater than what could be imposed.
The lawsuit seeks plaintiffs who use TD Bank and were charged with the extended overdraft charges. Plaintiffs are represented by Stephen P. DeNittis of DeNittis of DeNittis Osefchen P.C.
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Published on Jan-11-17
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employee at my bank, Td bank, was arrested for creating dormant accounts attached to other customers accounts and wiring money out of their account and my account into the dormant account you created. They were also checks that I deposited that were sent back and said the funds were not available but the money was taken out from the other banks. I have never been refunded any of my money and I can't get any help legally because so much money was taken from me I'm struggling financially to find a lawyer.
I have seen these moves by several banks. I make a deposit, then later I make a withdrawal or I write a check. At first the bank shows my deposit first in time. Later, the deposit shows as occurring after my withdrawal or the presentation of the check; the bank then charges me for an overdraft fee, which then decreases my account balance, which can create additional overdrafts. When I call the bank, they give me some bull about how the deposit is credited to my account. The say that the deposit does not get completed and the money does not hit my account for several banking days.
At times, the check I deposit is from my account at a different bank; and that bank shows the money has been transferred on day one, but the other bank says the money does not reach my account until day 3 or 4. So where is the money for the days it is being transferred and I am being charged huge overdraft fees?
These banks are total crooks and they should be sued for ever crooked transaction they engage in.
Susan Eileen Coker
I responded to included in the TD Bank Excessive Overdraft Class Action Law Suit several years ago. My overdraft fees were between $600 and $700 between 2008 and 2010 from my TD checking account which I closed in 2012.
Please contact me with updates on my part of the settlement.
omg. that has been happening to my account too. when I asked about it they double-talked an explanation to me about the order of items shows differently on my computer when I pull up my account, than it does on their records.
TD bank has been rearranging the order of transactions. I have been monitoring my account several times a day. On most occasions I will see transactions in a different order than they were on my previous check in. They have been putting debit transactions that I know I made after a direct deposit, yet I will find them changed of their order reflecting the debits first. Therefore plunging me into overdraft fees...usually numerous. Also when checks I've written suddenly clear overnight. I was told by a rep. that she was even unaware that they process checks at 11:00 pm.
Its rediculous how they manipulate your account for their benefit. I'm starting to miss using a ledger, it was simpler without all the digital crap giving the banks the upper hand to manipulate balances in their favor.
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