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Because consumer credit reports are increasingly important these days, it is also important that company reports about outstanding loans be accurate. The complaint for this class action alleges Wells Fargo, NA continued to report a debt that had been paid off, despite the consumer’s attempts to get the debt removed from her credit report.

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A number of banks have come under fire lately for their overdraft and non-sufficient fund (NSF) fees. This class action brings suit against NBT Bank, NA. In some cases, fees have been assessed when accounts were not actually overdrawn, the complaint alleges, while in others, multiple NSF fees have been improperly assessed on a single item. 

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How would you feel if a “faulty calculation” caused you to lose your home? The complaint for this class action alleges that that’s what happened to two couples, and many more homeowners, due to Wells Fargo’s denial to them of mortgage loan modifications.

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If you don’t have sufficient funds in your bank account to cover a transaction, how many fees should you be charged? The complaint for this class action alleges Capital One Bank, NA imposes multiple non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees or may charge an NSF fee then an overdraft fee. This, the complaint says, is against the provisions in its own banking documents.

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One of the things covered in consumer checking account agreements is what happens when a customer attempts a transaction but does not have sufficient funds to cover it. The complaint for this transaction alleges that HSBC Bank USA, NA violates its own agreements by charging consumers multiple non-sufficient funds fees.

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If you ask your mortgage servicer for information, can the servicer refuse to provide it? The complaint for this class action alleges that Wells Fargo Bank, NA violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) when it refused to answer customer Requests for Information (RFIs) and Notices of Error (NOEs).

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This is one of a number of class actions filed over recent years that allege that companies have played fast and loose when securitizing mortgages, and then again when executing foreclosures on the residential property covered by those mortgages. The complaint claims that foreclosures were undertaken with fraudulent mortgage assignments and note endorsements, improperly putting people out of their homes and selling those homes to others, without having proper standing or proof of assignment of mortgages. 

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Bank of America Corporation and Bank of America, NA are paying just under $5 million to settle a class action about overdraft fees. The complaint claims that account agreements specified that transactions that are not “recurring” would be rejected if account funds were insufficient, thus avoiding overdraft fees.

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Digital Federal Credit Union is settling a class action alleging that it charged customers overdraft fees when it should not have. The complaint alleged that customers were charged when they had enough in their ledger balances, but not in their available balances.

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A $70 million payment will be used to settle more than one class action against TD Bank and two other banks it owns, Carolina First Bank and Mercantile bank, claiming they charged improper overdraft fees. The complaints alleged the banks charged overdraft fees in a manner inconsistent with customer account agreements and state laws.