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This class action is one of a number filed in the past year or so on the topic of multiple non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees charged for a single transaction request. In this case, the complaint says that Wintrust Financial Corporation, through its banks, levies multiple NSF fees on a single item in breach of its account agreements and the Wisconsin Deceptive Trade Practices Act (WDTPA).

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The Toronto Dominion Bank, also known as TD Bank, is paying over half a million dollars to resolve a class action alleging that it breached agreements with customers. According to the complaint, the coin-counting machines in its retail branches did not accurately count coins deposited by customers.

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The plaintiffs in this class action, James and Darryl Ellis, previously filed a class action against their new mortgage servicer for making mortgage deductions on the wrong days, causing them financial difficulties and costing them overdraft fees. Now, they bring suit under the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA) against JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, the bank that permitted the incorrect withdrawals from their account and then charged them overdraft fees.

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If your bank refuses a checking account request and charges you $25 for non-sufficient funds, should it be able to charge you again for the same check or transaction? Many class actions have been filed on this topic lately. This time it’s Ally Bank that is alleged to be unfairly charging multiple non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees on the same checking account item involving an Automated Clearing House (ACH) debit request. 

Wright-Patt Credit Union Building

Isn’t one non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee or one out-of-network fee per transaction enough? The complaint for this class action says that Wright-Patt Credit Union (WPCU) should not be charging two or three fees on single transactions.

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The complaint for this class action alleges that Freedom Mortgage Corporation charges borrowers who default for unnecessary property inspections. The complaint alleges that this violates the mortgage agreements, which only allow for fees for services that are “reasonable and appropriate.”

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Navy Federal Credit Union is settling a class action alleging that it improperly charged certain members overdraft fees. The complaint alleged that Navy Federal charged overdraft fees on transactions that were properly authorized and approved into a positive available balance. 

Building of United Federal Credit Union

United Federal Credit Union (UFCU) is settling a class action alleging that it improperly charged overdraft fees for certain transactions. The complaint alleged, first, that UFCU did not properly opt members in to the overdraft program.

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In 2018, Wells Fargo revealed that “a calculation error” in the software it used to for the modification of mortgage loans. That error resulted in 870 homeowners being denied mortgage modifications they should have gotten. This class action is brought by a couple who were among those wrongly denied a modification. 

Houses Made of Hundred-Dollar Bills Stacked Up Together

Plaintiffs Clyde and Michelle Igarashi claim that their home was illegally foreclosed on by parties who did not own their mortgage. The central allegations in this class action involve a long list of defendants and the ways that the turning of mortgages into mortgage-backed securities (MBSs) or “trusts” has led to a clouding of title and improper foreclosures in Hawaii.