Britney Lawrence took two rides with Uber, one for $7.53 and the other for $8.21. Unfortunately, the rides overdrew her bank account, and she was charged an additional $35 in overdraft fees for each ride. N. Pantelyat used her Bank of America debit card for two Uber rides, one billed at $10 and the other at $7.67. The bank paid both, but also charged her an overdraft fee for each payment. The legal problem in both of these cases is that the two banks involved claimed in their account agreements that they would only pay “recurring” charges that created an overdraft. The Uber rides—and other charges made through popular apps—may be being misclassified, so that customers are forced to pay overdraft charges they should have incurred.